Records show that at least three environmentalists are being killed every week. It's unfortunate and terrifying that those who care about the planet are ones at greater risk.
A new study revealed that human colonization followed by a rapid warming climate caused the collapse of the populations of Ice Age giants.
Can humans survive this? The last time carbon dioxide was regularly above 400 parts per million was before modern humans walked on Earth.
Current data show that while the hawksbill sea turtles may be safe from poachers in the Arnavons where they nest, they will be migrating back to their foraging grounds that are severely damaged by climate change.
These creatures have existed for over a hundred million years. What are some simple things that we can do as individuals to ensure they last for a hundred million more?
With the continuous debates on energy sources, wind energy presents itself as a clean renewable alternative. In celebration of Global Wind Day, here are some things you about wind energy.
While lesser known than the San Andreas fault, the San Jacinto fault also poses a threat to millions of Californians, particularly those living in San Bernardino.
Yellowstone park officials recorded another grisly accident at the national park after a 23-year-old man walked off the boardwalk and slipped in a highly acidic hot spring. His remains cannot anymore be recovered.
Hawaii's Mount Kilauea is one of the most active volcanoes on the island and in the world. Its Puu Oo vent has one of most long-lived eruptions in the Earth--more than 30 years--and its lava continues to take over the island and create new coastlines.
Several crops have been reported to produce toxins due to environmental stresses caused by climate change.
A new FDA-approved study reveals that liquid biopsy can be used to as a non-invasive alternative to tumor biopsy in guiding treatment decisions for advanced solid tumors
Can the magnificent 17th-century structure survive air pollution--and a barrage of green insect poo?
Both short- and long-term exposure to vehicle exhaust, coal burning and dust particles may cause high blood pressure, a major risk factor for coronary heart disease.
Symptoms of glyphosate exposure can begin with skin or eye irritation to vomiting, diarrhea and death if intentionally ingested.