The environment is truly a thing of beauty and should be protected whenever possible. What can we do to save the environment, and what new technology is available to help us?
Coral grows faster when it's cut or broken and scientists are taking advantage of that to replenish depleted reefs.
Lakes seem like serene places to escape and enjoy peace and quiet. So you'd probably be surprised to learn that a lake can actually explode without warning. It's happened, with deadly consequences.
How, in today's world, could a cave this massive go undetected for so long?
Urine is so much more valuable than we think. Soon, we might be building houses with pee bricks.
Palm oil has become one of the most widely used substances on the planet, but its cultivation has been an environmental and human rights disaster.
Stratospheric Aerosol Injection (SAI) is a controversial possibility in the effort to slow the rate of climate change.
But that doesn't mean they worshipped them.
Seed banks like the Svalbard Vault in Norway are saving seeds for our future. But a new study found not all seeds can be banked.
A bubbling mud pool is moving toward the San Andreas Fault, but scientists don't see evidence of an impending earthquake.
We flush a shocking amount of perfectly good water down the toilet every day. An environmental engineer has a better idea.
A killer smog 70 years ago helped lead to the first federal air pollution laws.
As if warming temperatures and melting glaciers aren't bad enough, now climate scientists are warning that the world's beer supply could all but dry up. Even at Germany's world-famous Oktoberfest.
The super-cool phenomenon of tidal bores happens in only a few places on the globe, and it takes a very specific set of conditions to occur.
While green roofs make sense in a lot of ways, requiring their installation isn't as simple as it might seem.
The oceans' levels change daily across the globe. We know them as tidal changes. But what causes this constant shift in sea level and why is it more dramatic is some places than others?
Around 90 percent of an iceberg is under the water, but changing weight distribution caused by melting can make it flip.
After 2035 it will be extremely unlikely we can stop Earth's temperature from rising enough to kick off a dangerous medley of global disasters.
Properly disposing and storing coal ash is extremely tricky, and it only takes one small trigger to cause a catastrophe.
We've relied on synthetic chemical pesticides for far too long — and they haven't been doing us any favors.
A young inventor is launching a device aimed at cleaning up some of the debris in the Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch. But many conservationists are not impressed. Here's why.
All that seashell collecting you've been doing actually hurts the environment.
Some of the cremated remains buried at Stonehenge came from a spot in Wales that's more than 100 miles away. How did that happen?
Harmful algal blooms wreak havoc in oceans around the world and occur nearly every summer along the coastline of Florida.
Sweden puts less than 1 percent of its household trash into landfills, in part because it burns nearly half to generate heat and electricity.
When the weather becomes extreme, women in the west African country of Benin deal with agricultural challenges differently than men.