A Huge Hole Seemingly Appeared Out of Nowhere in the Arctic's "Last Ice" Surface
According to recent research, a massive breach developed in the Arctic's oldest, thickest ice in May 2020.
Meteorologists are Tracking Monstrous Bomb Cyclone Developing Near the West Coast
Later this week, a monster bomb cyclone will form just off the northwest United States and western Canada coasts
Illegal Wildlife Trade: 15 Giant Tortoises Found Brutally Murdered in Galapagos Islands
Rangers from the Galápagos National Park found the carcasses of 15 giant tortoises in the wild on Isabela Island's southern coast.
Martian Noises: Perseverance Rover Recorded Sounds from Mars
The mission has recorded over five hours of Martian wind gusts, rover wheels crunching over gravel, and motors humming as the spacecraft swings its arm, according to two microphones aboard NASA's Perseverance rover.
Why Researchers Want to Put Thousands of Beehives in Solar Parks Across UK
According to recent research, deploying thousands of honeybee hives on solar parks throughout the country may improve the value of UK agriculture by millions of pounds every year.
World's Top CO2 Emitter China Pledges to Make Solar Energy Cheap and Reliable by 2060
China will receive much attention during the forthcoming UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland. China's attempts to decarbonize its energy system as the world's top CO2 emitter will be essential in achieving the aim of limiting global average surface temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Tourists Flocked as Remnants of Ancient 'Ghost Ship' Washed Ashore in Latvia
Tourists flocked to see the ruins of an old "ghost ship," and it's possible that a mix of waves and sand carried the parts onto the beach.
2021 Orionid Meteor Shower is Nearing its Peak: Here's When and How to View This Celestial Show
According to the American Meteor Society, the Orionids will peak the night of Wednesday, Oct. 20 into the early hours of Thursday, Oct. 21. (AMS).
How Will the Damp La Niña Season Affect the Scorching American West?
As experts anticipate that a phenomenon known as La Niña will emerge for the second year in succession, the rainy winter that the American southwest had hoped for as it faces terrible drought and heat is becoming increasingly unlikely to materialize.
66-Year-Old Woman Woken Up by Meteorite Crashing Through the Roof on Her Bed
The softball-sized object turned out to be a meteorite, which slammed through her house and landed inches from her head. Golden is roughly a four-hour journey west of Calgary in eastern British Columbia.
Fossil Fuel Investors are Backing Down But Renewables Energy Still Needs More Time
Even when efforts to renewable energy sources are made, an energy price shock serves as a reminder of the world's continuing reliance on fossil fuels.
Sponsors Criticizes COP26 Claiming the Climate Summit is "Mismanaged"
Companies that contributed millions of pounds to sponsor the Cop26 climate conference have blasted it as "mismanaged" and "very last minute" as the event in Glasgow approaches next month.
Japan Sets to Help ASEAN on Monitoring Greenhouse Gasses
According to Nikkei, Japan would assist Southeast Asian countries in tracking greenhouse gas emissions by establishing a measuring and monitoring framework for the industry.
Atlantic Hurricane Season 2021 May Be Nearing its End, But Extreme Weather Conditions Still Expected
Although the Atlantic hurricane season doesn't technically finish until November 30, experts say the chances of another tropical storm forming shortly are slim.