The rise of wasp attacks in Europe started since the onset of the 'Lucifer heat wave'.
Halloween is nearly upon us, and that means spooky costumes, trick-or-treating, and caramel apples! However, it's not just unwrapped candy that vigilant parents should look out for. According to new research, Listeria monocytogenes can grow on candy-coated apples.
Each fall like clockwork leaves start to change from green to various shades of yellow, orange and red. So why exactly do these colors surface in the fall?
It's allergy season, and as if everyone wasn't sneezing and wheezing enough, now new research says that allergy attacks could increase with climate change as the notorious ragweed pollen spreads.
Winter is rearing its ugly head, and soon your backyard may be covered in thick sheets of snow (if it isn't already). Now is the time to break out the rakes and bag up those autumn leaves. However, if you're not particularly into yard work, we've got a fantastic reason for you to shirk the raking: leaving leaves where they fall can actually be a boon to wintering wildlife and your garden!
Every year dozens upon dozens of people flock to places like the East Coast countryside to gape at the incredibly vibrant and beautiful color change of foliage that happens each autumn. However, experts are now saying that the leaves will be changing color later and later into the season, with the average leaf-turning process taking a little longer.
Every year, as temperatures warm and the winter snows melt away, forests on the East Coast become a sea of green, just to morph into a display of reds, oranges and greens the following autumn. Over the last two decades, this cycle has gone slightly askew, as a result of climate change, cultivating earlier springs and later autumns.