Disastrous California Oil Spill Cleanup Faces More Challenge Due to Stormy Weather
An oil leak five miles off the coast of Huntington Beach, California, spilled 3,000 barrels of oil into the Pacific Ocean, and severe weather is expected to exacerbate the situation.
Permafrost Melting in Arctic Can Release War-Era Nuclear Remnants and Other Deadly Viruses
According to recent research, deep beneath the Arctic's permafrost hides Cold War-era nuclear waste and deadly viruses that might soon be exposed to the surface due to rapid-melting ice.
Using Electricity to Power Houses and Vehicles Can Help Save Thousands of Dollars Per Year
According to a research from an Australian thinktank, running houses and vehicles solely on electricity would save homeowners $5,443 per year.
Marine Scientists Shows How the World Lost 14% of its Corals in Less than a Decade
According to a study on coral reef health, almost 14% of the world's coral has been destroyed in less than a decade.
In a Rare Occurence, Tornado Wrecks Havoc in Victoria, Australia
Within days after houses were annihilated by one more wild occurrence in NSW, a twister has torn through Victoria, Australia.
Meteorologists Keeping a Close Eye for Tropical Developments Moving Towards U.S. Coasts
Accuweather meteorologists are now keeping a close eye on U.S. coasts after the development of many tropical formations in the Atlantic over the last few weeks.
Worsening Situation in Amazon Rainforest May Expose Millions of People to Lethal Heat Stress
Large-scale deforestation of the Amazon rainforest, combined with climate change, will increase the number of people in northern Brazil exposed to extreme heat, with potentially fatal consequences and devastating economic consequences
Coffee Prices Expected to Skyrocket as Producers Struggle with Climate Change
Researchers have warned that climate change has been coming for our morning coffee for quite some time, and a new spike in worldwide bean costs could be the principal sign that it's happening.
Outbreak of Deadly Insect-Borne Disease Threatens Deer Population in Vermont
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is stressed over the likelihood that the potentially deadly insect-borne epizootic hemorrhagic infection will plague the state's deer populaces.
Study Claims Photosynthesis Can Possibly Happen in Venus: Is This a Sign of Life?
The discovery of phosphine gas in Venus's atmosphere prompted the intriguing issue of whether it might be biologically produced.
Warming Sea Due to Climate Change Has Dimmed the Earth, New Study Reveals
According to a new study, the Earth's brightness has decreased due to warming ocean waters.
Extreme Heatwaves Can Wipe Out Thousands of Marine Life, Risking Jobs and Supply
Extreme heat would wipe away hundreds of thousands of tonnes of fish accessible for catching in a country's seas.
East Coast May Go Through More Stormy Weather Due to a Developing Tropical System
As a storm system breezes over the area, weather conditions will worsen in the mid-Atlantic and southern Atlantic coasts next week. However, forecasters warn that the pattern might get stormy ahead of the possibility for a tropical system to form.
Hurricane Sam Might Make it to the 'Top 5 Longest Lasting Atlantic Hurricanes' List
Sam will remain a powerful major storm throughout the weekend. And in doing so, it has a chance to crack the top five list of the basin's long-duration significant storms.