Emission Gap: Which Countries are Not Meeting Their Emission Targets and Why?
Only six countries out of the G20, which account for 80% of global emissions, have publicly upgraded their commitments
New Fossil Discovery Can Possibly Contribute 100s and Millions of Years to Evolution Research
The new evidence seems to validate an extrapolated timeline and a predicted identity for early animals that are already widely accepted.
Sharks Have Been Around Longer Than Trees: 5 Astounding Facts About This Apex Predator!
The apex predator is not a "mindless murderer," and a greater understanding of why sharks are the way they are is necessary.
'Ghost Ship' Sunken During World War II Resurfaced from the Depths Due to Volcanic Activities
Seismic activity from an underground volcano near Tokyo has resurrected two dozen "ghost ships" from the Pacific Ocean's depths, sunk after one of World War II's most renowned engagements.
World Should Brace for Global Oil Shortage and Skyrocketing Price Due to Worsening Crisis
Analysts have predicted that peak oil consumption will arrive sooner than envisaged just a few years ago, thanks to the energy transition and numerous government initiatives for net-zero emissions.
Residents Alarmed as Thousands of Dead Sea Creatures Washed Ashore in England Beaches
Thousands of marine animals have washed ashore on a few beaches in England.
Electric Cars are Selling Like Hotcakes, Check What Brands Europeans are Getting!
Europe's manufacturers appear to have stepped up to the plate to compete for the most successful electric vehicle brand on home turf. Let's take a look at which brands have had the most success in Europe.
At Least 30 Million People are in Danger Due to Extreme Weather Outbreak
A record-breaking bomb cyclone that wreaked havoc in the Western states over the weekend is still wreaking damage as it moves across the country.
22,000 Traps and 40 Tons of Poison Not Enough to Eradicate Rat Infestation in Lord Howe Islands
Since a $17 million eradication effort on the world heritage-listed island, about 100 rats have been detected, but experts insist all is not lost.
How Ancient Asteroids and Comets Helped Alter Early Earth's Oxygen Levels
Massive space Rock impacted Earth more often than previously thought, drastically affecting oxygen levels in the planet's early atmosphere.
NWS Raises Alarm as Severe Storm Rapidly Develops in the East Coast
According to the National Weather Service in New York, "a quickly building low-pressure system south of Long Island will likely generate severe rainfall over the region."
Entrepreneur Buys Old Nissan Leaf Batteries for a "Grid-Scale" Storage Project in California
Company developed B2U Storage Solutions, which uses used Nissan LEAF batteries to store extra power from the grid and then sell it back to the grid when it's needed.
Storm, Flood, and Tornado: Extreme Weather Left Three US States in Ruins
On Sunday, severe weather swept over the central United States, with suspected tornadoes wreaking havoc and knocking out electricity but sparing lives and causing no injuries, according to reports.
Poacher's Remains Discovered After Elephant Trampled Him to Death in South Africa
According to a spokeswoman, a suspected poacher was crushed to death by an elephant in South Africa's iconic Kruger National Park. According to Kruger spokesperson Isaac Phaahla, the mutilated body was discovered Thursday during an intelligence operation to avoid poaching.