Earth Day is just two weeks away, and we have to wonder this time around, how are we going to contribute to making the planet a better place?
Do Americans care about global warming? Apparently their concern is on the rise after several years of expanded public skepticism.
Carbon emissions may be creating giant crabs, causing them to grow to monstrous proportions and threatening the oyster industry.
How did life first evolve on Earth? New findings may point to a protein-first theory in a high-salt environment.
How do bumblebees select the choicest and best flowers to visit? Despite their tiny brains, bees can learn from others and employ logic.
Two ice cores from the Andes have revealed the climate history of our planet; the researchers have found that ice that took 1,600 years to form melted in a mere 25 years.
Dragonflies are some of the deadliest insects on Earth. These master predators kill their prey about 95 percent of the time as they swoop and dive through the air.
The origin of life on Earth may finally be solved--at least partly. Meteorites may have helped provide the ingredients for the primordial soup of our ancient seas.
Climate change could increase extreme precipitation levels, according to researchers from the NOAA. In particular, flooding from major storms could rise significantly.
Researchers have discovered that a species of turtle, named the Seychelles turtle, never went extinct--because it never existed in the first place.
Adelie penguins are the winners of climate change, benefiting from warmer global temperatures.