United States President Donald Trump has signed an Executive Order to dismantle the clean water rule, also known as the Waters of the United States.
There may be a need to study the center of the Earth to settle once and for all if the Earth's core is 100 degrees hotter than previously thought. A recent study suggests that the mantle is indeed hotter and it may greatly affect Earth sciences.
Take a peek at Portuguese startup Ecocubo's micro-house that looks right at home in the wild.
New lightning detection instrument could pave way to improved and better weather forecasts.
Scientists and space fans may have been looking at the skies for so long that they seem to forget Earth has its own share of wonders as well. Researchers at NASA have just discovered quite a rare find in the Caspian Sea - a gigantic rare find, at least.
PowerFilm Solar has just released a lightweight solar charger that will make tech geeks giddy. Not only does it has a small battery bank, but its charging "cells" are rollable, easily fitting in your pocket.
Air pollution could influence infection-causing bacteria in the body, making them stronger and more resistant to antibiotics.
Lightning may not strike the same place twice, but they can definitely strike indoors.
Consumers who will buy electric vehicles in New York from April 1 will receive a $2,000 rebate. Although considered a good move, environmentalists say that the government waited until the last minute to enforce the program.
Life can endure in the unlikeliest of places.
A lot of people consider going to Hawaii because of its sheer splendor. Who wouldn't refuse the sight of its magnificent tourist locations and its serene atmosphere? However its brilliance doesn't stop there. It seems Hawaii now wants to go all-electric car by 2045.
There are officially 208 minerals existing solely because of humans, a significant indication of a new geological time period: the Anthropocene Epoch.
California is pushing climate change to its limits in a bid to actually go for full-clean energy in 2045. This is perhaps the most ambitious attempt so far in eradicating the full use of coal energy for a state's grid, considering how resistant some coal companies - and even legislation - are to moves on green energy.
Every 800-gram loaf of wholegrain bread manufactured in the U.K. produces the equivalent of 0.589 kilograms of carbon dioxide.