At the equator, the tropical water is home to one of the richest diversity of marine life on Earth. Massive aggregations of tunas, manta rays, vibrant coral reefs, and sea turtles are just among a few creatures that swim happily ...

Antarctica might be at a higher risk than previously believed due to warmer temperatures. New data reveals shocking details that predict a bleak future for all the Antarctic ice. The University of Reading realized advanced research anticipating how exposed the ...

The roof of the world will soon feel warmer than usual. New research explains how much warmer temperatures will transform the Tibetan Plateau. The warming process of the Tibetan Plateau has been observed since the 1960s. According to researchers, human ...

The Middle East and North Africa Region, also known as MENA, is now a climate change hot spot. Summers there are much warmer than in the rest of the world. Also, some regions are rated as the hottest locations worldwide. ...

As new research emerges, we learn the Amazon is at risk of collapsing, influencing global climate more than previously thought. Factors, like drought, land clearing, and fires, turned the world’s largest tropical rainforest into a real threat. The research aims ...

Our planet’s ice cover started to melt quickly at the beginning of the 20th century. The sea ice and the glaciers in the Antarctic and Arctic areas are now melting at alarming rates. The recent statistics, however, should worry us ...

Pollen grains from flowering plants naturally fly, often travelling hundreds of kilometres on the wind. It appears that the climate crisis has boosted that travel, kickstarting the allergy season in various areas of the world, thus making them last longer ...

As new research emerges, we learn mangrove forests have an essential role in storing carbon. Apparently, species diversity in mangrove forests boosts soil carbon storage and biomass production. Such a discovery highlights the inability of preserving biodiversity as a nature-based ...

The sea levels are still rising, and previous predictions were right. Such a statement came after scientists rigorously verified the early 21st-century climate modelling projections. According to these findings, the sea levels in the coming decades will continue to rise ...

We usually link food contamination to bacteria on unwashed vegetables or fruits, or uncooked meat. Unfortunately, there are more ways for dangerous contaminants to exist in food.  A researcher examined food contamination originating from the soil where the plants grow. ...