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.
A recent study suggests that climate change may cut coffee production by up to 50 percent in a few decades, which could lead to supply shortages and increased prices.
Federal officials are now considering to put a species of bumble bee that once widely found in the upper Midwest and the Northeastern United States under the protection of the Endangered Species Act.
Target is now closer to its goal of offering only sustainably sourced seafood in its stores.
According to a new report, the carcinogenic “Erin Brockovich” chemical is contaminating tap water of two-thirds of Americans.
Scientists found that exposure to high levels of carbon dioxide alters fish’s brain chemistry and causes behavioral impairments.
A new study from the Ohio State University have tripled the known types of viruses living in oceans around the world, providing new insights on the role of viruses in marine environment.
Meteorites speeding towards Earth often inspire visions of gloom and doom, but throughout history, most of them have missed actually hitting a person. In fact, only Ann Hodges is confirmed to have been physically struck by a meteorite. Spoiler alert: she survived.
A giant sinkhole in Florida has caused about 215 million gallons of toxic wastes to leak into an aquifer system that supplies drinking water to residents.
The United Launch Alliance has delayed the launch of the WorldView-4 satellite due to wildfires in the area.