Study reveals effects of extreme heat on tens of millions of Americans

Research shows more than a quarter of US population suffered ill health last summer, and it’s likely to get worse

The woman who rifles through New York’s garbage – exposing the city’s excesses

Anna Sacks documents her ‘trash walks’ on social media, shining a light on the everyday shame and indignity of producing and living with so much waste

Young country diary: what’s up with the ladybird?

West Essex: I spot a ladybird in the bush in our garden. But wait! there’s something strange about it

Alabama Is Home to One of the U.S.’s Tightest Labor Markets

The city of Birmingham’s diversified economy, an earlier relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions, and limited number of available workers put it in competition with Salt Lake City for the lowest unemployment rate for large metro areas.

Ever heard a shrew warble? Secret sounds of small mammals revealed

Researchers use bat detectors to listen in on hypersonic world of voles, shrews and wood mice

Peloton Tested a U.S. Safety Watchdog. It Wasn’t the First.

A public clash between the at-home fitness giant and a federal regulator showed how messy consumer product recalls can be.

Amazon to Require Masks for Warehouse Workers as Delta Variant Surges

Amazon told its U.S. warehouse workers that they will all have to wear masks starting Monday, expanding a requirement that so far had applied only to those who haven’t been vaccinated against Covid-19.

Wildfires Limit Outdoor Travel and Activity Across the West

Excessive heat and wildfires could disrupt the booming outdoor travel industry, as travelers now have to take a hotter and longer fire season into account.

Flexible Solar Panels: Everything You Need to Know (2021)

From digital nomads to outdoor enthusiasts, flexible solar panels are a great on-the-go option for providing clean, renewable energy wherever life takes you. But with so many options to choose from, how do you know which model is the best choice for you? In this article, we’ll go over what flexi…

Climate change creates new challenges for Russian firefighters

Russia’s president once declared that climate change is caused by “invisible changes in the galaxy.” Now, large parts of Yakutia in Siberia are on fire. The permafrost is threatened and the government response has been inadequate.