An archaeologist who has studied the charred remains of historic people's lives reflects on what the past can tell us about disasters and climate change.
A different way of thinking and working with bees may help us survive on a damaged planet.
Astonishing new research shows that fossil teeth, like trees, contain detailed records of the environments in which they grew.
Around the world, at least two billion people routinely consume insects. One anthropologist believes geography and colonization can explain why some populations are too squeamish to stomach such foods.
Throughout North Carolina, more and more farmers are choosing to raise free-range pigs and sell pasture-fed pork. Will that solve the problems caused by industrial meat production?
An anthropologist spent two years studying care at chimpanzee sanctuaries in Cameroon. She left with a deeper appreciation of how human contact, though necessary to rehabilitate and heal rescued wildlife, can also leave lasting scars.