Plants grown in vinegars could have a greater tolerance for drought-like conditions than those grown in water or other organic acids.
Worsening or severe drought conditions can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease and even death.
King cobras are known to avoid humans as much as possible. The snake might have been too thirsty that it seek help in the village.
After going through five years of drought, California is now under a new threat. Since the beginning of the year, California has experienced major storms, extreme flooding and severe landslides. New research has connected these to atmospheric rivers.
For a country that suffers severely from the side effects of climate change and severe drought, locals are sure to be continuously active in finding ways to provide drinking water for villages on the edge of Sahara desert in South West Morocco.
Wildfires continue to ravage some parts of the United States and create massive plumes of smoke that could even be seen by NASA’s orbiting satellites.
A new study reveales that the record low snowpack levels in the western-most region of the continental U.S. last 2015 were most likely caused by high temperature.
A new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) revealed that the global average concentration of carbon dioxide has reached 400 part per million (PPM) for the first in 2015 and will most likely to continue or even increase throughout 2016.
A new study revealed that 2.3 million living in La Paz and El Alto, Bolivia is at risk due to the receding glaciers caused by the increasing temperature in the region.
WaterSeer's is a low-tech, cheap atmospheric water condenser that creates pure water from the air without any power or chemicals via condensation.
Severe long-term droughts or “megadroughts” caused by climate change could affect southwestern U.S. states, a new study found.
Authors of a study published in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A detailed their analysis of three Egyptian mummies' skin proteins, determining the reason of their deaths such as cancers and other deadly infections.
California has had a severely dry last few years – and this could be the “new norm” for centuries. This extended drought is linked with the changes in the sea surface temperature of the Pacific Ocean, according to a study led by University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) professor Glen MacDonald.
Drought-stricken crops won’t be saved by water storage alone as a new study finds that dry air actively pulls moisture from plants.