The discovery of a colorful little frog with an active nightlife in a South American cloud forest has just been announced.
The Barnes Ice Cap is a remnant of the Laurentide Ice Sheet that once covered Canada during the Ice Age. Human-driven climate change is pushing it to the point of no return.
Nutrient runoff in temperate waters is widely understood to cause dead zones, but researcher are turning their focus to tropical waters where the phenomenon is less understood.
A carmaker and a water management company have teamed up for the Life+ Methamorphosis project, which generates biomethane from human wastewater.
The fossils, found by a Swedish Ph.D. student, are likely red algae from 1.6 billion years ago — a find that pushes the date of early plant life back about 400 million years.
Thirty-eight percent of the Amazon Basin is at risk due to a self-amplifying process of drought and forest die off — which is made worse by industrial-scale agricultural production.
The company's founder and chief executive has offered to provide the government, free of charge, $25 million worth of Tesla battery packs if he can't turn around the state's chronic power shortages.
The region was home to some of the worst bleaching last year. Coral have been weakened by months on end of continued heat, and are showing severe effects as waters have rapidly warmed over the past two months.
Each year, farmers throw away 16 million tons of corn infected with aflatoxin, which contributes to food insecurity, especially in Asia and Africa, and can cause fatal liver damage, cancer, and stunted growth in children.
Scott Pruitt told CNBC on Thursday that he did not agree that human activities are the primary contributor to climate change, which prompted calls for his resignation.