Beach-goers on the Fylde coast are warned not to let their dogs eat a bright-yellow substance that has contaminated the land.
Carbon-dioxide can be trapped away by these new plants that Breakthrough Prize winning biologist Joanne Chory has created in her lab.
The video, dubbed "Transient", was recorded with the help of a Phantom Flex 4K camera.
Producing and transporting food to households affects environment with 20-30% global greenhouse gas emissions.
Global warming is likely to cause a sharp spike in air turbulence in the future, causing flights to get bumpy and uncomfortable.
The countries involved have agreed that before fishing takes place, they will establish appropriate measures for conservation and management.
Signals of changes in Earth's gravitational field reach seismic monitoring stations minutes earlier and could make a big difference in saving lives.
The massive iceberg broke off from the Pine Island Glacier in September and was estimated to be the fifth largest calving event since 2000.
One of the most alarming images that was taken this year shows the Larcen C ice shelf breaking off and drifting to sea.
Although we think of man as having negative impacts on wildlife, several cats species use paths to rapidly move around the rainforest.
Supermarkets say scheme will increase production costs but will have longer-term benefits for environment.
No UK cities provide residents with the "perfect" temperature, but some European cities make the cut.
Internet becomes haven for climate-denial blogs and websites which downplay or deny existence of man-made global warming despite scientific consensus.
Scientists previously estimated that super-eruptions happen every 45,000-714,000 years but new estimates say they happen a lot more often.
Sand and gravel account for the largest volume of any solid material extracted globally, according to research.
Millions of tonnes of ash spewed into atmosphere can severely reduce Earth's temperatures.
Scientists have identified 112 "robust source reefs" that could repopulate and even repair the damage that the Great Barrier Reef has suffered.
Dr Ricardo Jaña, glaciologist at the Chilean Antarctic Institute, said the iceberg could "become a threat" when it disintegrates into smaller pieces.
While glitter may seem harmless, it can be washed into the seas causing damage to the marine environment.
Environmental champion, who was first person to walk to both poles, uses Antarctic trek as green wake-up call.