Scientists used satellites, machine learning and ship-tracking tech to shed light on the extent of commercial fishing worldwide.
The seven-year-long work on the system shows that West Antarctic ice sheets are melting at a rapid rate.
A new study has found that Alaska's brown and black bears' occasional eating habits are extremely critical for maintaining vegetation in the region.
Researchers from the NOAA unexpectedly detected a particle of enriched uranium floating above Alaska.
An international team of researchers examined 151 nations around the world, finding that not a single one was operating in a sustainable manner.
The toxic monster fatberg that took nine weeks to remove and was bigger than Tower Bridge.
Seven days of photojournalism, from the Super Bowl and Taiwan earthquake to snow in Paris and the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony.
'Sinking' Pacific nation Tuvalu appears to be growing, according to a University of Auckland study examining geography of 101 reef islands in the Pacific Ocean.
The research, which involved more than 34,000 people, is the first to examine the environmental impacts of both diet and farm production systems.
People living along the California coast are being treated to a living light show as tiny glowing phytoplankton light up the waves at Big Sur.
Researchers observed over a hundred egg casings of the creatures near volcanic vents spewing out water heated at several hundred degrees.
Researchers say that a stellar event known as a grand minimum will likely take place in the near future, causing our star to give off less radiation.
Scandinavian method of recycling pay-as-you-use bottles could soon come to the UK as means to dent plastics mountain.
Environmental watchdog boss Scott Pruitt overturns conventional wisdom to ask if global warming might be beneficial to humans.
The new findings of the ozone layer come after Nasa announced that the efforts of the Montreal Protocol had actually worked.