A climate study caused the web to go into chaos. It concluded that due to the amount of human carbon emissions in the atmosphere, the planet has reached 3 to 7 degrees Celsius of global warming. However, a new study claims contradicts this report.
A new study suggests that U.S. will most likely to fall short in achieving its pledge in the Paris Agreement if the Clean Power Plan was not put into place
For now, the government has halted construction on the pipeline that the Standing Rock tribe and thousands of their allies are protesting. This is a temporary respite and the controversy is expected to stretch ahead. Here are a few facts to better understand the Dallas Access Pipeline project and its consequences on the Sioux and the greater population.
Baby lobsters will not survive if waters continue to warm, according to a recent study from the University of Maine Darling Marine Center and Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences.
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson showed that he is willing to think out of the box – or out of the world – to get through the environmental problems plaguing the planet. In an interview with ABC’s “This Week”, he explained how he thinks the future of the human race is in another planet.
Polar bears have taken the most drastic hit from the melting Arctic sea ice due to climate change as they find it hard to catch food for survival.
A new art installation project aims to raise awareness about plastic pollution and how it is affecting people and the environment.
What if you can generate a power source out of the frustrating heavy traffic?
Appaarently, we are consuming oxygen at a rate a factor of a thousand times faster than before.
In hopes of lessening the greenhouse effect, California has recently passed a bill that would limit emissions of black carbon and methane which have quite an impact on global warming. Surprisingly, the California law is putting a limit on pollutant emissions from livestock, specifically cow farts which are rich in methane.
Contrary to earlier predictions made by scientists, Greenland ice is melting at 7 percent faster. According to a new study which made use of GPS, Greenland is losing approximately 40 trillion pounds in year. The estimate is more than what scientists had thought.
Coffee, one of the most well-loved drinks in the U.S. and the world, could not only boost your energy but also be a cost-effective answer to removing harmful mercury and lead from contaminated water.
Researchers suggest a new monitoring method to assess the pressure caused by wastewater disposals, in which could result to an earthquake.
A highway rest stop in Missouri will be covered with energy-producing solar panels, and it will be the first of many more solar road projects throughout the world.