Coal might be on the way out as a fuel, but it has another use. Continue reading →
No. 1: The Earth doesn't really look like the globe on your bookshelf.
That honeymoon hike through tropical forests of Maui or Tahiti may become a memory of the past.
Trillions of dollars' worth of financial assets may be under threat from global warming's effects by 2100, climate economists warned on Monday. Continue reading →
Dust devils are a common feature on the Martian surface, but seeing one of these extraterrestrial whirlwinds in action through the eyes of a Mars rover is a special joy.
Barrages of ice can cause billions of dollars in damage, but the storms have been difficult to predict.
The decrease in dust could also improve air quality in west Africa.
The eastern Mediterranean's Levant region has suffered a drought since 1998. →
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