President Donald Trump espoused his new environmental rollbacks concerning the automotive industry today, but consumer advocates say the cost of filling up the gas tank could increase.
An expert told Newsweek: "This year's growth was slower than last year's. That's a glimmer of good news, but we need emissions to drop, not rise."
A study from the University of Leeds found that students who skipped breakfast did not perform as well on GCSEs as those who ate a morning meal.
One of the article's signatories, Thomas Newsome at the University of Sydney, described a "moral obligation" for scientists to warn the public of any major threats to humanity.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has prompted responses of outrage after stating in a speech that the "pluses and minuses" of climate change will result in some "benefits" for Ireland.
According to a new study, consuming potatoes may be just as effective as popular carbohydrate gels for an athlete's performance.
While the federal government appears to be heading in the opposite direction, the experts we spoke to remain cautiously optimistic that the country can change things around.
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Just ten years ago, steps towards cleaner energy could have been easily dismissed as greenwashing – polluters' corporate PR. Not today: Key Russian exporters are keen to make themselves indispensable for Europe's green future.
"The ocean is not just a victim of climate change, it is also a powerful source of solutions," authors of the study wrote in a blog post on Monday.
"Highly automated, intelligent systems promise to transform people's lives and even question the very role of humans," said researcher Laurie Wright.
Climate Week might soon be over but there are several ways you can cut your carbon footprint, from changing up the way you travel to getting thrifty with leftovers and buying secondhand.
City leaders in Hot Springs, Arkansas, have decided to solely use renewable energy, but on the whole, the U.S. is still behind the EU in adopting alternative power sources.
Mental health professionals say a rising number of young adults are being treated with psychiatric drugs to reduce emotional stress and exhaustion caused by "eco-anxiety," a fervent fear that humans will go extinct as a result of their own pollution and damage to the environment.
Newsweek spoke to teens and preteens ahead of Friday's protests, which are expected to draw crowds across the world.
President Donald Trump told the House Republican retreat dinner why his administration cut energy-efficiency standards in the light bulb market.
As a whole, Democratic primary voters showed a willingness to shift their support to another candidate—should a candidate release a more ambitious climate change plan than their current top choice.
Scientists studied hundreds of athletes across sports including swimming, cycling, soccer, rowing, hockey, sailing and athletics.
There are certain steps you can take to help reduce your impact on the Amazon.
People eat as much as they can afford despite it killing the planet—the "meat paradox."
By 2050, we will be using as much energy on AC as we are now using to power the United States, the EU and Japan—combined.
"What is worrisome is that our study species are mainly common ones, so that the conclusions for rare species will likely be even more pessimistic," an expert told "Newsweek."
The observatory is expected to map around 100,000 galaxy clusters—the largest known gravitationally bound structures in the universe—and three million supermassive black holes.
It's the funding source for Social Security and Medicare, but it's become regressive and destructive. Candidates for 2020 should be looking to replace payroll taxes, not use them as a cash cow.
Revelation Energy informed workers that the shutdown would last at least two weeks, and possibly longer.
Lift-off will be from California's Vandenberg Air Force base with the primary launch window opening at 7:17 a.m. PDT.
"Fortnite" update 9.10 is live with Downtown Drop Challenges Hot Spots and more. Read the full patch notes here.
Some of the first responders' stories were not told until years after the nuclear reactor's meltdown.
Beyond Meat aims to disrupt the food industry, one meatless burger at a time.