EnvironmentPlanet or Plastic? The Danish island of Bornholm has an aging incinerator that will soon need replacement. Instead, the local government is adopting a totally new system. 6 Minute Read By Karen
Charlie, the oldest living southern sea otter at any zoo or aquarium, died Monday. He was 22. Long before Charlie was eating an endless supply of crabs and shrimp at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long
A study found meal kits could reduce emissions by as much as two kilograms per meal. It turns out the meal kits you can have delivered to your door by services like Blue Apron, HelloFresh and even Walmart
Ralph Solecki, an archaeologist whose research helped debunk the view of Neanderthals as heartless and brutish half-wits and inspired a popular series of novels about prehistoric life, died on March 20
MIT researchers discovered a way to move objects as heavy as a great white shark with your bare hands. Take a look.
The megalithic structures at Stonehenge have vowed visitors for centuries, but scholars are still working to discover how they got there in the first place. It seems almost inconceivable that humans could
‘Disaster worse than Chernobyl’ looms as ancient anthrax spores could be blasted into the sky by ‘frozen me...
Prehistoric diseases laying dormant in ancient ice could soon be unleashed due to climate change. Cities built on permafrost in Russia are now seeing temperatures which could destroy their infrastructure
If this were a film about humanity’s last hope before climate change wiped us out, Hollywood would be accused of flagrant typecasting. That’s because Dr Joanne Chory is too perfect for the role to be The
Every bald eagle does its part for the three fuzzy-headed eaglets. The two males, Valor I and Valor II, assist the female, Starr, "in nest maintenance, incubation and raising the young" in Illinois near
Want climate news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd:, our email newsletter. WASHINGTON — As the Trump administration prepares to drastically weaken Obama-era rules restricting vehicle pollution,
An endangered species of whale is experiencing a mini-baby boom in New England waters, researchers on Cape Cod have said. The North Atlantic right whale is one of the rarest species of whale on the planet,
(CNN) — On an early spring day in 2018, the faint smell of formaldehyde floating in the air, 26-year-old medical student Warren Nielsen and four of his classmates prepped a cadaver in the chilly dissection