As a new study about noisy environments emerges, we learn that noise pollution affects not only animal behaviour but also plants. As we proliferate, we have invaded the wildlife deeper, developing a huge increase in environmental sound with our industry, ...

Between 2019 and 2020, Australia’s Black Summer bushfires brought destruction to land, animals, and natural habitats, in a terrible unchained hell on Earth. The impact was so huge that it still being measured. Recent data unveils shocking consequences to Earth’s ...

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 ...

As new research emerges, we learn that oil and natural gas production emit a lot of methane, more than previously estimated. The recent batch of data has been released by the SEAS (the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering ...

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 ...

Climate change is really triggering the allergy seasons, as per new research findings. In the last three decades, warmer temperatures have caused pollen season in North America to increase, and now we encounter 20 days/year. And as if it wasn’t ...

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 ...

Global dimming is now a huge concern as the amount of sunlight reaching Earth varies a lot. The first steady decline occurred back in the 1980s in different parts of the world. A new study shows how we are the ...

Chemical pollution threatens Earth and poses short-term and long-term dangers for our health. Ozone, acid rain, greenhouse gases, and other chemicals resulting from our activities are all chemical pollution examples.  Recently, an international team of scientists has released a statement ...