Kieran Mulvaney has written books on the Arctic and Antarctic, whaling and polar bears, and has published hundreds of articles and blog posts on wildlife, science, travel and the environment. He also is a reporter for HBO Sports. Born in Britain, he now lives in Vermont.
Across the United States, trees are dying by the millions -- and climate change is to blame.
As sea ice declines, some polar bears are foraging for food on land. That won't be enough, says a pair of new studies.
The new microbial species, nicknamed Candidatus frackibacter, may have been living in shale long before fracking began
A conflagration in 1666 left 100,000 homeless but allowed the city to be rebuilt
Tuesday marks the 100th anniversary of the rescue of the last members of the Endurance, bringing an end to arguably the greatest adventure story of all time.