Huge flames threatened to engulf the Sicilian capital of Palermo on Wednesday before firefighters dumped thousands of gallons of water around the city.
The unique vegetation of the Arctic tundra could disappear by the year 2050 if no substantial reduction in global warming is achieved, scientists have warned.
Lydia Tiller, from Save the Elephants, told Newsweek they are seeing a huge increase in the number of human and elephant conflicts across Africa.
"We are standing at the threshold," Katey Walter Anthony, who has spent her career understanding methane emissions, told Newsweek.
Strains of a "superpower" bacteria that could cause the world's next deadly pandemic have been discovered by scientists in Antarctica.
Researcher Jonathan Barichivich believes the tree is 5,484 years old, but it cannot be scientifically dated the normal way as the trunk is too wide.
A scientist at New Zealand's Department of Conservation said climate change is raising water temperatures and lowering the availability of prey.
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Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese will take over the nation's government after campaigning to tackle climate change and protect Australia's natural habitat.
A British University that started life as an aircraft development college and is the only European university with its own airport is getting a $3.8 million investment to carry out sustainable aviation research.
The southern yellow-billed hornbill, a colorful bird that shot to fame in "The Lion King", is being wiped out by climate change, according to new research.
Research has found the death rates of tropical trees have doubled in the last 35 years, as global warming increases the drying power of the atmosphere.
The forest that was set on fire is home to 218 bird species, and right now, it is their breeding season.
Nevadans will help address the climate imperative and propel our country on a self-reliant, prosperous and sustainable path to the future.
The Tesla CEO said the view that having "fewer kids" helps the environment is "nonsense."
Scientists found that microplastics are being transported thousands of miles all over the world by ocean air, snow, sea spray, and fog.
The wildfires burning across eastern Russia have killed around 20 people so far.
Mayors are on the frontlines of climate-driven disasters, and they know how to make it work for all of us.
As climate change triggers sea-level rise and extreme weather, even New York, one of the world's best prepared cities, may not be doing enough
In Côte d'Ivoire we have shown that when we bring together ideas, resources and partnership, it is possible to reverse harms and deliver change for good.
Prince Harry wore a "girl dad" T-shirt in tribute to his daughter Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor, as he promoted his eco-tourism venture Travalyst.
"My husband heard a woman scream and then he went to look and found the body in a very deteriorated 50-gallon drum," a witness said about the gruesome find.
Scientists are fighting for ways to reverse the reduction of coral reefs across the globe and think 3D printing could help bring them back.
An analysis of more than 70,000 fossils indicates that mollusk communities were incredibly resilient to major climatic shifts during the last ice age.
We need quantum leaps in urgency and agency.
Prince Charles' backing of a methane-reducing mask for cows has provoked criticism after being called "ridiculous" and "crazy".
Collective action is vital if we want to see our natural world continue to thrive.
The United Arab Emirates is expected to host COP28, the annual international climate change conference, in 2023.
Now is a pivotal moment to change the status quo and finally recognize the strength and value of traditional knowledge, sovereignty and culture.