A new study predicts that the number of "hot days" in New York City will triple, causing thousands of heat-related deaths annually by the year 2080.
The threat of a global shortfall in helium supplies may no longer be a problem, given the discovery of a helium gas reserve in Tanzania.
A Meteorite embedded with pieces of opal were found on the Antarctic. Experts believe that the opals are from an extra-terrestrial origin and definitely did not come from Earth. This proves that asteroids may have brought with it water ice on Earth, seeding life on the planet.
When storms hit major cities such as New York, it is usually the storm surge that will do most damage because of the rising water coming with low atmospheric pressure.
U.S. Forest Service reported more than 26 million dead trees over the past eight months, adding to the 60 million confrimed dead trees between 2010 and October 2015.
Visitors at Italy’s Lake Iseo can now walk on water, thanks to a floating pop-up art installed by a famed artist.
The tornado, accompanied by hailstorms, torrential rains and lightning, is possibly the worst in the history of China.
The woman who defiled rock formations in seven national parks claimed that her drawings were art and not vandalism.
More people are now turning on forest therapy, or also known as forest bathing, to prevent or lesser the risk of developing illnesses.
Aside from death of trees, drought may also lead to decline in wildlife and even human population.
Carbon emissions apparently had stopped increasing last year as the world chose renewable and sustainable energy over controversial, non-renewable coal, a recent study shows.
A new Australian study revealed that people who are frequently visiting parks and other green spaces have lesser risk of developing high blood pressure, heart diseases, depression, anxiety and stress.
Did you know that a few potatoes can light a house for 40 days? So, when life gives you potatoes, make some energy-efficient light bulbs.
Though it looks lovely, scientists revealed that the occurrence of pink snow in the Arctic is caused by red algae that help in rapid ice melting. As temperature increases, the spread of the red algae in cold places could supercharge global warming.
Two patients working in a facility on the South Pole was rescued in a dangerous rescue mission. The patients need medical treamtment not available on the facility and were flown to Chile.