"Bigger Than Antarctica"- Experts Alarmed as This Year's Ozone Hole is Larger Than Usual
According to the experts in charge of monitoring it, the hole in the ozone layer that forms every year is "much greater than normal" and is presently larger than Antarctica.
4 Out of 10 Gen-Zers People Afraid to Have Kids Because of the Climate Crisis
A survey in ten countries revealed that four out of ten young people worldwide are hesitant to have children due to the climate issue and believe governments are doing too little to avoid global catastrophe.
Thousands of Environmental Scientists and Academics are Calling for a "Non-Proliferation Treaty" on Fossil Fuel
More than 2,000 renowned scientists and academics have urged world leaders to sign a new fossil fuel "non-proliferation pact," pledging to phase out the use of coal, gas, and oil as soon as possible in response to the growing threat of climate change.
New Set of Ocean Temperature Data Might Help Scientists Create Better Models and Predictions
Researchers presents a relatively new ocean temperature measurement program.
Well-Preserved Skin Fossil of a Carnivorous Dinosaur May Open New Doors in the Study of Prehistoric Animals
A recent examination reveals a complex covering of scales, studs, thorns, lumps, and wrinkles on this remarkably well-preserved skin of a renowned predatory dinosaur.
Culture or Cruelty? People Are Outraged After 1500 Dolphins Were Massacred in Faroe Island
Even the most ardent supporters of traditional whaling in the Faroe Islands have condemned the "cruel and unnecessary" slaughter of a superpod of nearly 1,500 dolphins on Sunday.
22 US States Followed Mexico's Lead to Combat a 22-Year Drought
The Southwest's tale of suffering during the second-driest time in 1,200 years is being rewritten as one of collaboration and devotion to saving as much water as possible.
Animal Resurrection: Can a Bioscience Firm Bring Extinct Wooly Mammoth Back to Life?
Can extinct species be resurrected? It's the elephant in the genetics room. However, one bioscience company believes it can, saying on Monday that it will utilize new technology to bring the woolly mammoth back to the Arctic tundra.
Texas and Louisiana to Suffer Heavy Rainfall as Unpredictable Hurricane Nicholas Makes Landfall
Officials in Texas and Louisiana have issued a warning ahead of the newest tropical cyclone to threaten the Gulf Coast.
For the First Time in History, Rain Fell on Greenland's Ice Sheet. What Does this Mean?
The remnants of Hurricane Larry, the unusual tropical storm to stay intact thus far north, are expected to dump up to four feet of snow on Greenland just a month after rainfall was recorded at the island's highest point for the first time.
Saved by the Bell: Illinois Nuclear Plant Approved by the Help of a Last Minute Vote
The Illinois Senate had adopted an energy policy reform to move the state toward a carbon-free future, with a major component of the package keeping the Byron nuclear power station operational only hours before Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) said it would begin shutting it down.
How Large Herbivores Can Help Reduce Fire Risks Amidst Worsening Climate Crisis
The multinational study team looked into whether big herbivores might lower the amount of fire-prone vegetation and, as a result, the severity of wildfires.
Environmental Activists and Land Defenders Are Being Killed at an Alarming Rate
Last year, as the violent resource grab in the global south proceeded unabated despite the epidemic, murders of environmental and land defenders reached a new high.
Black Chinese Carp: Invasive Species With Human-Like Teeth Invade US Lakes
The black carp is an invasive species of fish detected in Kentucky's waterways for the first time in 2019.