This story is part of a series on ocean plastics.
Artist Benjamin Von Wong is drawing attention to an ugly problem with some beautiful pictures.
Von Wong’s mermaid photo series, which he staged and shot last year, features a woman dressed as a mermaid, drowning in thousands of plastic bottles.
When President Trump pulled out of the Paris Climate Agreement—a deal that took years to negotiate and was signed by 195 nations—he unequivocally put the financial interests of the fossil fuel industry over the health and long-term security of our kids.
Twenty-two years ago, Stephen Brooks’ life changed when he watched a Chiquita banana crop dusting airplane fly over a group of indigenous children.
You’ve probably heard the old joke that chocolate milk comes from brown cows.
In the minds of some people, that idea is all too real.
By Nathan Vink, UCF Forum columnist
The wallpaper on my computer is of a remote and beautiful place in the Utah desert. The different shades of red and orange seem endless when I stare at the picture’s detail.
The above video shows great white sharks lurking near a kayaker in California’s Monterey Bay. The animals filmed in the aerial footage last week were swimming close to where a shark attacked a kayak in late May.
A North Carolina mother of three who lost her arm to a shark this month is speaking out about the harrowing attack while summing her survival up as “a miracle.
A bear put some extra spring in runners’ steps after entering a 10-mile race in Colorado on Sunday, to the surprise of its contestants.