This 'Antartic Diamond' is one of the earth's most beautiful, yet rare phenomenon.
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.
Bloody waterfalls and a methane lake? These tourist destinations provide evidence on how weird nature could get.
A new study from University of Warwick suggests that mathematical models based on simple patterns found in nature can be used to develop a design to build an indestructible bridge.
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.
2015 in northwest Greenland, recent studies show the very first evidence linking the melting in Greenland to the expected effects and the confirmation of the phenomenon called the Arctic amplification
Underwater structures in Greece, which were thought to be remnants of an ancient city, are actually a result of a natural phenomenon, scientists found.
Ecotherapy is said the help alleviate mental and physical conditions through the help of nature. Participants undergo guided activities involving nature with the help of professional therapists.
Here are three useful remedies in nature to fight the long-fought problem of ageing.
Bringing a spark of hope to wildlife conservation groups, is the increasing number of tigers in the wild after 100 years, as reported by WWF.
Mating noises of cicadas will fill up the Northeastern part of the United States as an estimated of billions of these insects will emerge from the ground to have a frenzy of mating and egg laying.
Rainbows are one of the most striking gifts of nature. There are not many stories in hstory that talk about rainbows. The most popular one links to the biblical story of Noah and his ark and its promising ending. Well, rainbows have a little more than that. The science behind rainbows is quite fascinating. However, only in the 17th century people began to get curious about the formation of the rainbow.
Poetry has always fascinated and provoked readers to think and understand the world in a deeper way. May nature lovers have used poetry to connect with what they experience every time they step out into the open.
When humans began farming 6,000 years ago, during what scientists call the Anthropocene, the natural distribution of species was disrupted. This has had a lasting impact on ecosystems today.