Tritium is a radioactive element found as a result of thermonuclear bomb testing during the 1950s.
A microbe, dubbed Venus's hair, appeared after a massive eruption that killed every other organism.
The wax worm could be the key in cleaning up the world's polyethylene waste.
Social media and citizen astronomers played a big part in the recognition of Steve.
Protesters gathered to fight alternative facts during Earth's day's March for Science protest. They are lobbying against alternative facts that prevent the communication and dissemination of factual data about the environment.
Colder cities tend to have higher rates of excessive alcohol consumption and alcohol-attributable liver cirrhosis.
In lieu of Earth Day, celebrated on April 22, the United Nations have emphasized the need for environmental and climate literacy to save the planet.
Rising sea levels, partnered by sea floor erosions, have already increased the water depths more than what scientists previously thought.
The Atlantic Ocean, its surface, sea ice and even its floor, is becoming a "depository" for human garbage.
A giant Antarctic iceberg is one of the newest tourist attractions in the town of Ferryland, drawing attention to travelers and iceberg chasers in the small Canadian town.
Nearly 700 seasonal meltwater systems of interconnected channels, ponds and braided streams found in Antarctica.
Turn rush hour woes into electricity? We're in.
The 17th century Native American settlement have been lost for hundreds of years, but it might have just been sitting in the heart of Kansas.
Archaeologists discovered a treasure trove of mummies, sacrophagi and statues in an ancient tomb of a nobleman.