Electric Car Interest Sky Rockets in the UK During Fuel Supply Crisis
As gas stations throughout the UK ran out of fuel on Friday, Martin Miller's electric vehicle dealership in Guildford, Surrey, saw a surge in sales.
Officials Raise Warning for Imminent Solar Storm, Auroras Expected in New York and Washington
On Monday, September 27th, space weather forecasters anticipate a moderate solar storm with the possibility of aurora.
Bats Found in Laos Carry Virus Strikingly Similar to SARS-Cov-2
Sources claims that researchers have discovered coronaviruses in Laotian bats that appear to be the closest known relatives of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Inspired by Natural Cycles, Scientists are Developing a New Method of Recycling Plastics
Recent research shows the proof-of-concept for an altogether new method to plastic recycling, which is inspired by how nature naturally recycles the components of organic polymers found in our environment.
Robotic Farmers: Can AI Farming Make Agriculture More Sustainable?
According to one Silicon Valley firm, artificial intelligence-powered robots might farm more sustainably than traditional agriculture.
Future Generations Will Experience More Climate Disasters than Their Ancestors Ever Will
According to studies, those born today will experience several times more severe heat waves and other climate disasters throughout their lifetimes than their grandparents.
Tropical Storm Sam Forecasted to Develop into a Major Hurricane Next Week
As of Friday, Sam was positioned 1,365 miles east-southeast of the northern Leeward Islands, with winds of 75 mph and heading west at 14 mph. Sam is expected to grow further into a major hurricane before making landfall on the northern Caribbean islands next week, according to forecasts.
'Ghost Fossils' Show Early Human Activity in North America Before the End of Last Ice Age
The traces discovered in one site are the earliest known footprints and the oldest definite evidence of humans anywhere in the Americas, indicating that people were there 21,000 to 23,000 years ago – thousands of years earlier than experts previously thought.
Millions of Guatemalans Face Starvation Due to Climate Change, Fueling Migration Crisis
The flow of individuals displaced by climate change from Southeast Asia to Central America might fuel political confrontations or exacerbate existing tensions worsened by the climate crisis.
Experts Raise Warning as Sudden Canine Deaths Linked to Toxic Blue-Green Algae
An outbreak of canine fatalities and illnesses in one state and toxic outbreaks in many others has prompted health officials to issue a warning to people about the potentially deadly consequences of polluted water.
Researchers Developing AI That Can Predict Climate Change Tipping Points
Researchers are developing artificial intelligence to evaluate climate change tipping points. The deep learning program might serve as an early warning system for climate change that has gotten out of hand.
WHO Report Shows that 7 Million Premature Deaths Occur Every Year Due to Air Pollution
For the first time since 2005, the World Health Organization (WHO) has strengthened air quality recommendations, warning that air pollution is one of the most severe environmental risks to human health, causing seven million premature deaths each year.
Report Shows that Asia's Road to Net-Zero May Cost Up to $12 Trillion
According to Dutch bank ING, three of Asia's major economies would spend an estimated $12 trillion to achieve net-zero carbon emissions in their transportation businesses.
Understanding Extreme Weather Events: Why are Supercharged Hurricanes Getting Stronger?
As a result of climate change, hurricanes are becoming more frequent and perhaps stronger. The probability of more extreme weather events and natural disasters, such as tropical storms and hurricanes, increases as the average world temperature rises.