Valentine’s Day, animal edition: 6 weird ways animals get it on

From kinky spider bondage to death-inducing foreplay, Human Nature dives into the fascinatingly depraved world of animal mating rituals.

Deforestation, heat waves, rejected recyclables: 3 big stories you might have missed

Human Nature shares three stories from the past week that you should know about.

Modern 226 sq. ft. micro-home is hidden in converted garage

A derelict garage is transformed into a compact, minimalist living space.

The Deliverator electric cargo motorcycle covers the last mile in style

It’s a lot cleaner and greener than your usual delivery van and takes up a lot less space.

5 ways you can help fight climate change

Conservation International’s climate lead shares 5 ways youth can help stop climate change.

6 ways you can help marine life today

Human Nature asked six Conservation International experts for their best tips to help marine species.

In protecting their forests, these women transformed their futures

For International Women’s Day, we are celebrating the women of the Roro tribe in Papua New Guinea.

The simplest trick cured my chronic insomnia

After decades of increasingly complicated insomnia fixes, this one little thing changed everything.

New Zealand bemoans water pollution, but won’t limit dairy

It’s uncomfortable to face the source of the pollution.

Remembering nature poet Mary Oliver

In memory of Mary Oliver, a renowned nature poet.

Where to target ocean conservation? New research points the way

Around the world, oceans are providers: of food, of livelihoods, of entire economies. But, where do people depend on them

Best of 2018: Satellite tags shed light on sea turtle treks

Knowing where the turtles go is the first step to protecting them.

This kid dices onions and wields a kitchen torch

Week 6 of our meal-prepping series will introduce you to a dad who’s serious about teaching his kids how to cook.

Here’s a dash of hope for climate change

This speech cheered me up, so I thought I’d share.

How to design a truly sustainable office building

Here’s a checklist for an extreme green dream office, courtesy of Dr. Peter Rickaby.

626 organizations back legislation to address climate change

A modest proposal

As emissions rise, UN climate talks take on greater urgency

Shyla Raghav, CI’s climate change lead, discusses the importance of the UN climate talks in the face of a new report.

The climate talks: 3 things you need to know

Three takeaways from the UN climate negotiations.

What on Earth is a ‘non-timber forest product’?

Human Nature breaks down what “non-timber forest products” are.

Holiday gifts you can feel good about giving

Conservation International’s gift guide for 2018 has something for everyone.

Artist’s symbiotic fiber sculptures depict life and decay

Made with beads, yarns and other fibers, these hybrid sculptures seem to transform before your eyes.

Reduce packaging waste this holiday season

You don’t have to strive for zero waste perfection. Every effort to reduce unnecessary paper and plastic waste is worthwhile.

Protected areas are not forever

Protected area coverage has grown, but their impermanence means they must be defended.