For millennia, Homo sapiens have looked up at the stars—but only recently have we started to consider what it will be like to live among them.
What can squatting—occupying otherwise unoccupied buildings without any title, right, or payment—teach us about how cities work?
Chestnut trees provide a key insight into how people can prepare for the storms that are growing increasingly destructive as a result of climate change.
In the face of development pressure and climate change, researchers are toiling to find and preserve ancient sites in Peru that hold clues to how people first traversed a continent.
As high-elevation ice patches melt due to climate change, artifacts and stories long held in ice are being revealed. This fragile heritage needs to be acknowledged and protected.
Surging tides will submerge thousands of ancient and historic places along the east coast of the U.S.