Andean flamingos are nesting again and it's spurred by the scorching heat sweeping over the United Kingdom. This flock of flamingos has not laid eggs since 2003 and has not bred successfully since 1999.
Magnesite is a natural mineral that pulls carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, but it can take hundreds of years to form. Now, scientists have found a way to make it in just 72 days.
Shopping bags and other plastics do more than just pollute lands and damage marine life, a new study revealed. When exposed to sun, common plastics release greenhouse gases that add to global warming effect.
The planet is getting pushed to its tipping point on the way to a 'Hothouse Earth' state. In these conditions, temperatures and sea levels could reach unbearable heights.
A warmer future may lead to a common Midwestern songbird becoming considerably less common, according to a team of researchers whose study of the population-level impacts of climate change on Acadian flycatchers was published today in the journal Nature Climate Change.
Humans are causing Earth's temperature rising dangerously high in present time. Half a billion years ago, it was the evolution of early animals that sparked the planet's first global warming event.
Researchers come up with a clever solution for climate change: simply reuse the carbon dioxide in the air over and over again. Now, the technology is not only available but also very affordable.
The planet reaches a sobering milestone as the average carbon dioxide concentrations soar higher than they've ever been. Carbon dioxide is the most prevalent greenhouse gas heating up the planet.
The 'Lucifer Phenomenon' sweeping the world most affected Italy and the Balkans causing deaths and billions of Euros worth of crops
Increasing ice-free areas in Antarctica could negatively affect the plant and animal life that are unique in the continent.
A new study by UNESCO projects that many reef systems will die by 2040 unless carbon emissions are reduced.
Increasing urban temperatures can also contribute to the decreasing bee population.
A study of the thermal tolerances of different species of bees indicates that some bees do better in the heat than others. This could lead to an early warning sign of ecosystem damage.
The worst coral bleaching event on record appears to be nearing an end. Now scientists are bracing for the next one.