Antarctic snowfall increased over the last two centuries
Researchers have discovered that snowfall in Antarctica has drastically increased.
Scientists discover how to create mineral that can remove CO2 from atmosphere
A team of researchers just discovered a method of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere for long-term storage.
Corals in deeper waters are stressed too, study says
Contrary to popular belief, corals in deeper waters experience significant thermal stress from ocean warming.
Global warming 'hiatus' is about to end, study says
A new study suggests that the Earth is about to exit its global warming "hiatus" and experience higher temperatures.
Blocking sunlight to cool Earth decrease global warming crop damage
A new study suggests that blocking sunlight might not be an effective way to prevent crop damage from global warming.
Trees can be genetically engineered not to spread, study says
Researcher suggests that trees can be genetically engineered not to invasively spread.
NASA sheds light on icy Greenland's heated past
A new study uses thermal mapping to examine Greenland's heated geologic past.
EU to ban plastic products in proposed ban
The proposed plastic ban will reduce environmental damages by over $250 billion over the next 12 years.
Scientists uncover new connections between climate change and ocean warming
A new study continues to shed light on the link between climate change and ocean warming.
Two-dimensional material could revolutionize solar fuel generation
A new two-dimensional material could revolutionize the field of solar fuel generation.
Ocean acidification is majorly impacting marine life, study says
Researchers suggest that ocean acidification is having some major negative effects on marine life.
A Dog's Purpose cast defends film against boycotts
People involved with the film, A Dog's Purpose, are now defending the film against boycotts from animal rights groups.
Cloud brightening and 'sun shields' could save Great Barrier Reef, study says
Australia is planning on conducting some unique experiments to save the Great Barrier Reef.
Costa Rica is moving toward carbon neutrality
Costa Rica's new president wants his country to be the first carbon-neutral nation in the world.
Eliminating rats could help coral reefs, study says
Researchers suggest that rat control should be a key part of coral reef conservation efforts.
Remnant of 'fireball' meteor found in Botswana
Researchers discovered a "fireball" meteor that was the fragment of asteroid 2018 LA first spotted on June 2, 2018.
Asian residents exposed to nine times the air pollution of Europeans or Americans
A new study suggests that Asian residents are experiencing a high degree of air pollution.
Benefits of recycling electronics is at an e-waste facility
Small electronic recycling collection centers serve consumers well.
Scientists capture Greenland glacier breaking
A new video captures an iceberg breaking off of an eastern Greenland glacier.
The Baltic Sea is experiencing unprecedented oxygen loss
The largest dead zone in the world in in the Baltic Sea.
Air pollution contributes to global diabetes, study says
A new study suggests that air pollution is connected to global diabetes risk.
Climate change predictions not including CO2 impacts, study says
New research suggests that climate change predictions aren't properly accounting for carbon dioxide impacts.
Antarctic iceberg melting near Earth's equator
Warm water will likely inundate the iceberg, causing it to disintegrate.
Siphoning carbon dioxide from the air is less expensive than scientists thought
Geoengineering technology is progressing closer to commercial viability.
Researchers discover giant canyons in Antarctica's South Pole
Researchers have discovered massive canyons underneath the ice of the continent of Antarctica.
NASA finds 'human fingerprints' on many areas of water-suppler change
NASA scientists suggest that many areas of regional water-supply change are connected to human activity.
Researchers discover over 100 unknown aquatic species around Bermuda
A breakthrough discovery of over 100 new aquatic species around Bermuda confirms the existence of a new "rare light" ocean zone.
U.S. and U.K. agencies team up to examine threats to West Antarctic ice sheet
Researchers collaborate to explore the at-risk Thwaites glacier hoping to find answers about the future of climate change.
Scientists discover 'Dead Zone' size of Florida in the Arabian Sea
A "dead zone" the size of Florida is threatening marine life in the Arabian Sea.
Researchers document climate change's impacts on streams
A new study examines the importance of understand climate change and the streams and habitats most sensitive to its effects.
Scientists use simple math trick to predict climate change
A simple math trick could be the key to predicting climate change.
Massive lava flow discovered beneath New England
Researchers have uncovered a gigantic lava mass underneath several parts of New England.
'Frankenstein' dinosaur mystery finally solved
Now, the team from Cambridge believes it is one of the first ornithischians, a group that includes both Triceratops and Stegosaurus.
Ancient fruit cake 'still edible' after 100 years in Antarctica
Conservators working at the Antarctic Heritage Trust have found an intact, 100-year-old fruitcake tucked away in one of Antarctica's oldest buildings.
Fossils reveal evolution of early gliding mammals
Modern winged mammals glide using areas of skin membrane that stretches out between their fore and hind limbs. While the fossils exhibited that trait, they also had a wide range of other strange characteristics.
Marijuana farms' toxic waste taking a toll on west coast ecosystems
More pollution is coming from private lands, where the chemicals seep into groundwater or local rivers and streams and make their way into the forests.
Sperm counts way down in Western males, study finds
Scientists who looked at sperm counts of men from North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand find that sperm count and sperm concentration have sharply declined over about a 40-year period.
Moon is wetter than previously thought, new study suggests
A new study from scientists at Brown University finds surprisingly large amounts of water trapped inside volcanic deposits on the moon. The research is published in the journal Nature Geoscience.
Trump throws environmental reviews to the ground in Infrastructure Week speech
President Trump denounced regulations and bureaucratic protocols governing construction projects in the United States in a press briefing promoting his vision for nationwide infrastructure development.
Great Barrier Reef succumbing to climate change more quickly than expected
The world's largest living structure shrank dramatically in the last two years and will continue to do so in the face of warming sea temperatures.
100-year-old fruitcake found in Antarctica in 'excellent condition'
Conservators with the Antarctic Heritage Trust, based in New Zealand, recently found the fruitcake in a hut at Cape Adare, the oldest building in Antarctica.
Global warming still likely to harm marine protected areas, study reports
Scientists have found that global warming is still on pace to harm the Earth's oceans.
Climate impact is evident in the seasons
Footprint of humanity's climate impact is visible in seasonal patterns around the world.
Global warming might cause insects to eat more crops, study says
Research suggests that global warming might push insects to eat more crops, which will increase crop losses.
Climate change could make Earth's ecosystems unrecognizable
A new study suggests that changes in the Earth's vegetation due to climate change could make some of its ecosystems unrecognizable.
Antarctic snowfall increased over the last two centuries
Researchers have discovered that snowfall in Antarctica has drastically increased.
Scientists discover 'ticking time bomb' heated ocean under Arctic
An underwater ocean under the Arctic is a "ticking time bomb" that could spell danger in the future.
Scientists discover how to create mineral that can remove CO2 from atmosphere
A team of researchers just discovered a method of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere for long-term storage.
Corals in deeper waters are stressed too, study says
Contrary to popular belief, corals in deeper waters experience significant thermal stress from ocean warming.
Global warming 'hiatus' is about to end, study says
A new study suggests that the Earth is about to exit its global warming "hiatus" and experience higher temperatures.
Blocking sunlight to cool Earth decrease global warming crop damage
A new study suggests that blocking sunlight might not be an effective way to prevent crop damage from global warming.
Trees can be genetically engineered not to spread, study says
Researcher suggests that trees can be genetically engineered not to invasively spread.
NASA sheds light on icy Greenland's heated past
A new study uses thermal mapping to examine Greenland's heated geologic past.
EU to ban plastic products in proposed ban
The proposed plastic ban will reduce environmental damages by over $250 billion over the next 12 years.
Scientists uncover new connections between climate change and ocean warming
A new study continues to shed light on the link between climate change and ocean warming.
Two-dimensional material could revolutionize solar fuel generation
A new two-dimensional material could revolutionize the field of solar fuel generation.
New York City to ban plastic straws and stirrers
Restaurants, bars, and coffee shops that do not comply with the proposed bill will face a fine of $100.
Moth slumber parties are held in hollow trees, study says
A researcher just discovered the unique phenomenon of moth slumber parties that contradicts their solitary reputation.
Deadly heatwaves are becoming the norm due to climate change, study says
Researchers claim that deadly heat waves aren't going anywhere thanks to the rising temperature and humidity levels stemming from climate change.
Ocean acidification is majorly impacting marine life, study says
Researchers suggest that ocean acidification is having some major negative effects on marine life.
First global marine wilderness mapping shows how little remains
A new study sheds light on the dire situation that the marine wilderness is faced with.
'Coral ticks' can weaken degraded reefs, study says
A new study suggests that "coral ticks" might be an overlooked danger to coral reefs.
Wolf spider may be helping the Arctic stay cool
A team of researchers set up experimental ecosystems in the Alaskan Arctic to see how wolf spiders might be affecting the climate.
A Dog's Purpose cast defends film against boycotts
People involved with the film, A Dog's Purpose, are now defending the film against boycotts from animal rights groups.
Meat and dairy companies could soon be world's biggest polluters
A new report suggests that meat and dairy companies are on track to become the world's biggest polluters.
Cloud brightening and 'sun shields' could save Great Barrier Reef, study says
Australia is planning on conducting some unique experiments to save the Great Barrier Reef.
Climate change study connects warming temperatures to suicide risk
Research suggests that increased temperatures from climate change are connected to heightened suicide risk.
Costa Rica is moving toward carbon neutrality
Costa Rica's new president wants his country to be the first carbon-neutral nation in the world.
Eliminating rats could help coral reefs, study says
Researchers suggest that rat control should be a key part of coral reef conservation efforts.
Remnant of 'fireball' meteor found in Botswana
Researchers discovered a "fireball" meteor that was the fragment of asteroid 2018 LA first spotted on June 2, 2018.
Asian residents exposed to nine times the air pollution of Europeans or Americans
A new study suggests that Asian residents are experiencing a high degree of air pollution.
Benefits of recycling electronics is at an e-waste facility
Small electronic recycling collection centers serve consumers well.
Scientists capture Greenland glacier breaking
A new video captures an iceberg breaking off of an eastern Greenland glacier.
Earth's oxygen levels rose and fell multiple times before Great Oxidation Event
A new study sheds light on the complexity of the Earth's oxygenation.
Climate action is really about public health
Researchers argue that health care strategies must address the social and environmental vulnerabilities that cause poor health in the first place.
The Baltic Sea is experiencing unprecedented oxygen loss
The largest dead zone in the world in in the Baltic Sea.
Governor of Hawaii to sign sunscreen chemical ban
A bill has been proposed in Hawaii to ban chemicals used in sunscreen.
Air pollution contributes to global diabetes, study says
A new study suggests that air pollution is connected to global diabetes risk.
Climate change predictions not including CO2 impacts, study says
New research suggests that climate change predictions aren't properly accounting for carbon dioxide impacts.
Young scientist invents robot to hunt ocean plastic
Young inventor builds a robot to hunt ocean plastic.
Antarctic iceberg melting near Earth's equator
Warm water will likely inundate the iceberg, causing it to disintegrate.
Siphoning carbon dioxide from the air is less expensive than scientists thought
Geoengineering technology is progressing closer to commercial viability.
Researchers discover giant canyons in Antarctica's South Pole
Researchers have discovered massive canyons underneath the ice of the continent of Antarctica.
Mysterious surge in banned ozone-destroying chemical shocks scientists
A mysterious surge in ozone-destroying chlorofluorocarbon emissions has been discovered somewhere in east Asia.
NASA finds 'human fingerprints' on many areas of water-suppler change
NASA scientists suggest that many areas of regional water-supply change are connected to human activity.
Scientists discover 'secret' coral garden 7,500 feet under Gulf of Mexico
Scientists have discovered a "secret" coral garden 7,500 feet under Gulf of Mexico that is believed to be over hundreds of years old and released the footage online.
Hurricane Harvey was fuelled by record-breaking ocean heat, study says
A new study suggests that Hurricane Harvey was fuelled by record-breaking ocean heat likely caused by climate change.
Researchers discover over 100 unknown aquatic species around Bermuda
A breakthrough discovery of over 100 new aquatic species around Bermuda confirms the existence of a new "rare light" ocean zone.
Harvard scientist claims climate change could be worse than we think
A Harvard scientist suggests that climate change might be wreaking more havoc on the Earth than we think.
Earth's carbon dioxide levels highest in 800,000 years
Last month, the Earth's carbon dioxide levels reached the highest level in at least 800,000 years.