Sarah Laskow

Sarah Laskow is a reporter based in New York City who covers environment, energy, and sustainability issues, among other things.

Scientists can now spy on whales from space

Triumph of technology or space voyeurism?

These endangered animals want to help you set the mood with their sexy mating calls

Here are all the weird noises animals use to say "I love you" to each other.

It hasn’t rained this much in England in 248 years

Is this weird weather we should connect to climate change? Or weird weather that has no explanation?

This start-up wants to track the movement of all NYC’s pedestrians

How creepy is the creep factor here?

Earth is taking its revenge on cars by eating expensive Corvettes

A 40-foot-wide, 20-foot-deep sinkhole opened beneath eight Corvettes worth, altogether, millions of dollars.

Here is what you would see if you were being eaten by a pig

To be fair, the pig did not succeed at eating this camera. But it definitely tried.

This boat hull was left rusting in a bay until it turned into a forest

The SS Ayrfield was built in 1911.

We know you like pizza, but would you marry it?

Pizza Hut joined OKCupid, and, like other online daters, is willing to change its self-presentation to give you what it thinks you want.

These genius (but illegal) subway signs tell you how to pull off a perfect transfer

The MTA is less than thrilled.