A team of scientists from Arizona State University's School of Earth and Space Exploration has developed a multi-billion project that could refreeze the Arctic, slowing down global warming.
Fashion meets PETA in a panel that sums up Parsons growing focus on sustainability.
Scientists used radiocarbon dating and DNA to find out more about the matrilineal dynasty that ruled for 300 years in New Mexico.
Scientists have discovered something strange deep beneath the Yellowstone's supervolcano and the greater area of Western U.S. As it turns out, the area is sitting on top of a massive molten layer of carbonate rocks.
A group of over 300 scientists and climate change skeptics has recently wrote a letter to President Trump and Vice-President Biden to withdraw from UN Climate Change Treaty.
Four billion tons of uranium in seawater would fuel a thousand 1,000-MW nuclear power plants for 100,000 years.
As a part of its campaign to utilize more renewable power sources, Beijing, China's capital city, said it will cut down its coal use by 30 percent this year.
Indian scientists saw the Barren Island volcano spewing lava and bellowing clouds of black smoke
Seven new species of night frogs in found India's Western Ghats mountain range.
A new study claims that jobs outside automation are also under the threat of being replaced by robots. These include lawyers, therapists and teachers: all jobs that were initially thought the robot "apocalypse" will not be affecting.
Renewables are getting stronger in influence all around the world. It was found out that Europe has been relying on 90-percent of renewable energy in 2016. How will this impact the future of the continent?
Wind energy is proving to be a growing industry in the U.S. with over 100,000 jobs being provided to workers. This is a milestone for the growing industry that is currently at risk of being affected by changing climate regulations under U.S. President Donald Trump's new administration.
Scientists warn humans of the physical and mental health problems that come with the rising temperatures.
Scientists unearthed ancient microbes that are still alive in Mexico's beautiful Cave of Crystals.