Some of the world's largest and most iconic trees are in the path of major wildfires.
Over the last 25 years, we've lost about 1 percent of the Earth's tree cover, but there is good news. Continue reading →
We're outnumbered -- that comes to 422 trees per human being. But their numbers are dwindling.
A century-long puzzle over how delicate strands of glistening ice burst through rotting tree branches, like heads of hair, is closer to being solved.
Warmer winters and drought may lead to more frequent forest fires, even in the normally wet Pacific Northwest. Continue reading →
These 16 stunning and astonishing images of our world's weather were chosen from over 2,000 submissions.
Cypress and cedar trees in Japan are causing massive amounts of nitrogen runoff into local streams.
The oldest tree in Muir Woods National Monument, thought to be 1,500 years old, actually is only about half that age. Continue reading →
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