Social media has been widely used to spread environmental causes and projects, but can the environment really benefit in the massive connections of social media or will it be like other technological advances that were proven to be detrimental.
Within four days, four hikers have died on Mount Everest, two reportedly of altitude sickness. Also called acute mountain sickness, this is common among hikers trying to scale the world's highest peak.
A Florida brewery made a significant innovation that could save, protect and even feed marine life: edible six-pack rings for beer made out of by-products of beer production.
Official keep an eye as Lake Mead water level shrinks to its lowest level in all time.
An oil spill from the Royal Dutch Shell company involved an estimated 88,200 gallons of crude leaked into the Gulf of Mexico. The U.S. Coast Guard has been recovering oily water and has said that the slick has not yet affected wildlife and will not reach the shoreline.
A nest cam in Pittsburgh showed a peregrine falcon feeding its only surviving chick with its three other dead offsprings. Experts are still puzzled over this strange behavior.
A Devils Hole pupfish was found dead after three men trespassed the Devils Hole in Death Valley National Park. The Devils Hole is the only naturally occurring habitat for the critically endangered fish. A $15,000-reward has been placed for the men's arrest.
Peruvian actor and environmentalist Richard Torres participated in a symbolic wedding to a tule tree in Oaxaca, as part of his campaign to raise awareness on deforestation.
With recycling actively happening and not happening around, there are certain trends that we need to be aware of. Let's have a look.
A species of copepods named Temora longicornis has developed a liking and resistance to poisonous algae that can make them do weird things... that may actually lead to their deaths.
The convertible sportscar uses about 100 lbs of woven hemp, which is actually far stronger than steel.
In light of recent nuclear events around the world, the Belgian government has decided to provide emergency-use iodine pills in case of a nuclear disaster. But these pills can only do so much.
Conservationist Sacha Dench will undertake a 4,500-mile flight with migrating Bewick's swans in September to find out why their numbers have been plummeting in the past two decades.