Experts point out that scientists and economists should look into a more accurate assessment of potential economic damage from climate change.
How did humans get to the Americas? There are earlier theories, but the coastal route is looking more likely with a new study detailing exactly how it was possible.
Surviving five near-death experiences in the course of 30 millenia, the Great Barrier Reef is more resilient than you think. However, scientists warn that with current stressors, survival is not guaranteed.
The South Pole is one of the planet's last frontiers, but scientists are uncovering it inch by inch. New research unearths three immense subglacial valleys buried under the ice sheets of Antarctica.
Humans may not be the masters of the planet after all. A comprehensive new study illustrates how little humankind weighs in the planet's total biomass — and yet they cause a disproportionate, massive impact on it.
The White House kills off NASA's Carbon Monitoring System, drawing criticism from scientists. The CMS is crucial in tracking greenhouse gas emmissions and providing accurate data to agencies all around the world.
On your next beach trip, read the fine print on the back of your sunscreen bottle. Oxybenzone and octinoxate are popular ingredients harmful to corals and marine life — and they're on the way to being banned in Hawaii.
California marked a milestone in their goal for zero-net energy. The California Energy Commission voted in favor of requiring the installation of solar panels in all new residences by 2020.
NASA offers a bird's eye view of the volcanic fissures spilling lava and gas on Hawaii's surface and devastating the community. There are currently 14 fissures that cracked the ground open along Kilauea's East Rift Zone.
It's the sobering downside of global travel. A new study explored tourism's effects on the environment, finding that it's responsible for 8 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.
The planet reaches a sobering milestone as the average carbon dioxide concentrations soar higher than they've ever been. Carbon dioxide is the most prevalent greenhouse gas heating up the planet.
Hawaii pushes for a historic environmental law as state lawmakers pass the first ever bill to ban harmful sunscreen from its shores in an effort to protect the coral reefs. The legislation now awaits the signature of the governor.
The rise of wasp attacks in Europe started since the onset of the 'Lucifer heat wave'.
The 'Lucifer Phenomenon' sweeping the world most affected Italy and the Balkans causing deaths and billions of Euros worth of crops