Alert! Human-caused climate change started longer than we initially thought. According to a new study, this alarming phenomenon dates back in the 1830s during the industrial era.
U.S. President Barack Obama announced Friday his plans of expanding the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument in Hawaii, making it the world's largest marine reserve.
President Barack Obama's administration is coming under fire for the decision to expand offshore oil and gas leasing in the Gulf of Mexico. As the effects of the oil industry on the environment and wildlife are revealed, environmental groups and activists call out the inconsistency of the president's ruling with his climate change agenda.
China's larger pollutant particles cause their cities to become warmer -- US cities are heating up because of a lack of vegetation.
A new study reveals that the cheap cloth masks, most commonly used in highly polluted areas in Asia and Southeast Asia, could not protect people from the harmful effects of air pollution.
Climate change is affecting a lot of people, but the residents of western Alaskan village Shishmaref might actually have to leave their home because of the rapidly rising sea level. Find out more about this small island village on the verge of displacement
Almost 90,000 residents flee as fire continue to spread terror across Cajon Pass in San Bernardino Country.
Red-bellied pacu (Piaractus brachypomus) is a popular aquarium fish imported from South America that has human-like teeth.
Apart from the celebration during the Rio Olympics 2016 in Brazil, the event also tackled social issues such as environmental concerns on climate change, urging audiences from around the world to take action.
Scientists recently uncovered new fossils that supported the theory that the first animals that caused a mass extinction , according to a report from Phys Org. The findings revealed that the first animals or metazoans changed the environment so much that the earlier organisms Ediacarans ceased to exist.
The 200-year-old oak tree that appeared in the popular movie "Shawshank Redemption" has been toppled by a strong wind.
There was a time when children loved to go outdoors, climb trees, catch a grasshopper and jump into a stream. But times have changed and children of today are no more interested in these refreshing activities.
The 17-stage journey started on March 2015 and ended on Tuesday, covering a total of 42,000 kilometers and taking in four continents, three seas and two oceans.
The wildfire has prompted the local government to order the evacuation of thousands of people in the northern area of Los Angeles.