The coronavirus pandemic means public spaces the world over have been temporarily abandoned. Major roads are all but empty and public squares are eerily quiet. And nature is taking over again.
Picture this: four wheels, a wooden board coated in glittery black griptape and jukebox on the sidewalk.
Tropical forests are losing their ability to absorb CO2 from manmade greenhouse gas emissions faster than expected.
Gold mining or chocolate making? Some indigenous tribes in the Amazon have made their choice.
Composting bodies takes about a month. Forest 'memorials' are meant to be forever. They're just two new options for what to do when we die.
Two new studies find driverless-car security flaws, adding to questions on whether AV tech will help cities achieve climate goals.
Many farmers may have been growing cocoa beans all wrong.