Channels of warm water are merging under Thwaites glacier, new research shows.
The tide appears to be turning with Republicans warming up to the idea of tackling climate change ahead of the November elections and amid broad support from millennial GOP voters.
"The quantity of fish we have found and studied are unprecedented in the central Sahara," researcher Savino di Lernia told Newsweek.
Sunday marks the anniversary of the Kyoto Protocol, when countries pledged to cut down their emissions. Fifteen years have passed and last year, greenhouse gas emissions were the highest they've ever been.
"The most interesting about bees is their communication," said entomologist Morgan Carr-Markell.
Four years-worth of satellite data shows three calving events in Pine Island Glacier on the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, the most recent of which took place at the weekend.
Several of the proposed EPA budget cuts are directed at programs that protect low-income, minority and indigenous communities.
With rising seas and flooding streets, the city is among the most vulnerable in America to global warming.
Earth's tropical forests are "time capsules" of human history stretching back hundreds of years.
A new form of chemical recycling could help transform plastic recycling, allowing "carbon to be recycled indefinitely," say researchers.
It is estimated that around eight million tonnes of plastic makes its way into the planet's oceans every year.
As space runs out at the plant, experts have urged the Japanese government to begin releasing filtered water from Fukushima into the sea or air.
The drug lord imported four hippos into the country, which were housed in his private zoo.
Conservationists say they rediscovered a rare species of glass frog, the Bolivian Cochran frog, during a rescue mission in Carrasco National Park. The frog has not been seen in Bolivia for 18 years.
The 27 January marks the first time the Antarctica mainland was seen with human eyes. Two hundred years later and it approaches a tipping point of irreversible glacial melt.
The treasury secretary also told a London event that the U.S. is "prepared to dedicate a lot of resources" to a U.K. trade deal.
The former president addressed a sold-out crowd in Toronto on Thursday, where he expressed his frustration at the current administration's rollbacks on fuel standards.
"I am honored to welcome our canine friends back to Colorado after their long absence," Colorado Governor Jared Polis said.
The Trump administration is set to announce its replacement for the Obama-era WOTUS rule. Environmentalists say it is "reckless and capricious."
The plans could more than triple the amount of land currently held by the U.S. Navy for the Fallon Range Training Complex.
Researchers studying insecticide use on U.S. crops show that overall use has declined in the last 20 years, but what is being used is more toxic to bees.
The development of farming and introduction of livestock during the Neolithic Revolution was an opportunity for the African wolf and boosted populations, suggests study.
"The ecological impact of Native Americans before European arrival has been debated for decades," researcher Wyatt Oswald said.
"These alarmists always demand the same thing: absolute power to dominate, transform and control every aspect of our lives," the president said.
Findings come over 30 years after the Montreal Protocol was introduced.
The National Environmental Policy Act doesn't insist that the most environmentally friendly option be enacted. It simply establishes procedures that promote good decisions and transparency.
The annual crab migration takes place on Christmas Island—an Australian territory in the Indian Ocean.
"Gear retention—when marine animals escape from fishing gear with parts of the gear stuck on their bodies—has been recognized as a potential problem for some time," researcher Carl Meyer said.
Photos of an injured koala sitting next to a dead koala emerged on Wednesday as relief workers attempt to rescue surviving wildlife on Kangaroo Island, Australia.