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?
Ucetia, a settlement that used to be known only from an inscription, was recently found in southern France with stunning mosaics and structures that paint a picture of an innovative and advanced society.
Some Himalayan glaciers were granted with living human entity with same rights as a person to prevent environmental damage. The decision was made after alarming receding rate of glaciers were recorded.
What's keeping this mysterious crater from perpetually burning for decades?
Of course, such gigantic tunnels would be created by gigantic creatures.
A team of scientists from the US Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the California Institute of Technology has successfully devised a new method to convert water and sunshine into usable "solar" fuel.
Researchers from Ohio State University have found a way to recycle food waste, specifically eggshells and tomato skin, into car tires, replacing carbon black, a petroleum-based filler used in creating tires.
Southern California's iconic beaches are in danger of complete erosion in the coming 100 years.
Film technology offers a safe way to store the world's precious knowledge for at least 500 years.
Tree trunks represent new, previously unaccounted source of powerful greenhouse gas methane.
The Tesla initiative has a whopping 54,978 solar panels, all of them with 13 megawatts of solar generation capacity. Tesla also installed 272 of its commercial battery, the Powerpack 2, to help Hawaii citizens use energy at night.