Alan Turing proposed that mathematical modelling could offer biologists key insights into the deepest secrets of the natural world.
The world’s highest weather station was set up by climate science lecturer Tom Matthews and team during National Geographic and Rolex’s 2019 Perpetual Planet Extreme Expedition to Mt. Eve...
The megacity has launched one of China's first recycling schemes as the country looks for ways to tackle its waste.
An early June heat wave cooked the mussels of Northern California's Bodega Head in their shells, causing the largest die-off of the foundational species in the area in 15 years.
New research shows that the oceans were able to process CO2 faster in the 2000s than they are today, with a number of factors effecting its ability to process the natural emission.
Japan has announced ambitious, far-reaching objectives for climate change which will encourage business participation in climate change action.
A team in Milan is designing ways to help satellites 'surf' into and out of orbit, saving fuel and avoiding damaging and costly collisions
Natural disasters destroy lives and property and have large and lasting effects on economies by reducing production and increasing debt burdens.
The increase in rising temperatures across the globe will lead to decreased labour productivity with people unable to work due to the health risks. Poor countries will be the worst hit wi...
If the rains don't improve over the next two to three weeks, India could be facing a crisis that hammers harvests and rural demand.
A new technology produces liquid hydrocarbon fuels exclusively from sunlight and air.
In the summer months, immaculate gardens come into their own - but they could be harming biological diversity.
In April 2019, the U.S. generated more electricity from renewable sources than from coal for the first time ever.
A study examines whether greater diversity of coral species on reefs can help corals survive and thrive.
Inspired by climate activist Greta Thunberg, 16-year-old Aman Sharma launched a petition after noticing that every year was getting hotter, drier, thirstier and more polluted.