A selection of the most viewed stories this week on the Monitor's website.
Hear about special editorial projects, new product information, and upcoming events.
A weekly update on major political events, candidates, and parties.
Stay informed about the latest scientific discoveries & breakthroughs.
A weekly digest of Monitor views and insightful commentary on major events.
Latest book reviews, author interviews, and reading trends.
The Monitor's top education and culture stories delivered weekly.
The five most recent Christian Science articles with a spiritual perspective.
Curbing global warming will require us to limit emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. What personal changes have the biggest impact?
Reducing your carbon footprint can be daunting – and expensive. Many Americans are finding that the kitchen is an accessible place to start.
From India to Haiti, Senegal to Japan – these four young leaders are motivated by both climate science and hope for their future.
Disagreement on climate change can often stifle conversation. Must the discussion stop when we start butting heads?
A couple drinks tea at a restaurant overlooking the Kalyan Mosque, Kalyan Minaret, and Mir-i-arab Madrassa in Bukhara, Uzbekistan, on Aug. 29, 2019. The minaret was built in 1127.
Climate change often seems too big to solve. We asked two Monitor reporters how they manage their daily moral choices.
Almost 20 years and $4 billion into a plan to restore the Florida Everglades, those working on the project are now questioning what can be saved.
Scientists hope that drones and 3D imaging will help discover key archaeological sites that are "literally being washed away."
More than half a million acres in Mississippi flooded this year. Beyond the physical toll, the flood left a mark on how residents see themselves.
Thanks to U.S. government protection for the past four decades, an area off Georgia's coast is now a spectacular home to hundreds of marine species.
Earthquake fears are prompting the Netherlands to close a huge gas field. That has added new urgency to the search for alternative energy sources.
Covington, Georgia, finally heeds citizen findings of toxic gas, after EPA warnings and company counterclaims of emissions within limits.
North America used to have 17,000 named apple varieties, but now just 4,000 remain. The Lost Apple Project is rediscovering types thought to be lost.
Rampant flooding in Venice could push population decline, locals worry. For now, it’s cued the arrival of volunteers. ‘Venice can be saved.’
At North Carolina's Fort Bragg the Endangered Species Act protects woodpeckers and butterflies found nowhere else.
Less noise. More insight.