Earth Day 2017 will take place this coming April 22. Local and international organizations are working to provide the public with educational activities to raise awareness about climate change and the environment.
Most living species attack – for food, for survival – but they usually do so out of instinct. There’s one tree in the world that doesn’t seem to play by the usual rules: Pisonia grandis.
A study conducted by researchers from the University of Iowa and the U.S. Geological Survey has found traces of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, for the first time, in US' drinking water.
Over two-thirds of Great Barrier Reef damaged by back-to-back bleaching events.
New kind of sensor is capable of detecting invisible infrared signatures emitted by various kinds of gases, plastics and other sources.
Severe aircraft turbulence could become two to three times more frequent due to stronger wind shears within the jet streams generated by climate change.
Trees play a very important role in a healthy ecosystem, and the first ever global database of trees revealed that thousands of species are discovered to be under threat of extinction.
Worsening or severe drought conditions can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease and even death.
The footage showed the horrifying moment the tornado swept across the parking lot then tossing the 4,000-pound car several feet high.
The possum is the state's faunal emblem. It was previously listed by then-environment minister Greg Hunt as critically-endangered. Last year, it was found through a survey that the population of the possum in the protected forest has reached 1,500.
When Britain broke away from Europe, the whole world was rocked. But it turns out, it wasn't even the first time.
Melting snow could lead to a higher short-term concentration of certain pollutants in the air, soil and surface of bodies of water.
Could this be the first step in solving the global food crisis?
Is this the solution for many countries' water problem?