National Grid will issue emergency instructions to generators to “power off” plants.
Campaigners are challenging the plan, which would allow 55 liners to moor on the Thames every year.
The largest study ever of global fisheries shows that simple industry-wide changes could help decimated fish populations recover in 10 years.
A fossil study shows Gastornis roamed around Ellesmere Island, Canada, when it was far warmer than today.
In the Rio Grande Valley, the barrier erected to keep out illegal immigrants is imperiling rare and endangered animal species.
Researchers used laser-imaging technology mounted to a plane to map the tree health of California's forests and found things may soon get a lot worse.
The two-week COP21 United Nations climate change conference began Monday.
Factors like tree cover, temperature and the rugged terrain shaped how different our languages sound, according to new research.
The company announced new moves in a bid to recover from the debacle.
Cardinal Peter Turkson was once thought to be a contender for the papacy.
Every day, enough of the tiny plastic spheres wind up in aquatic environments to cover more than 300 tennis courts.
Breathing air clean enough to meet the EPA's standards raises one's risk of heart disease death by 12 percent, according to a new study.
Gaming PCs account for 20 percent of global computer energy use.
Unfortunately, the new study also found that humans have cut down half of the world’s forests.
A citizen scientist came up with the seeds for a potentially drought-proof lawn.
Scientists have calculated how much less severe the drought would be without climate change.