Puerto Rico -- brace yourself.
Fermin Koop is a reporter from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He holds an MSc from Reading University (UK) on Environment and Development and is specialized in environment and climate change news.
Consequences of the Amazon fires continue to pop up.
Sending data from the International Space Station to Earth just got much faster -- NASA was able to double the...
A cold view on a very hot issue.
We remember what we want to remember.
"This is a surprising conclusion," the team admits.
“It’s not something that’s happened with a short-term mild spell. It’s a longer-term warming which is making these things happen.”
Starting around 1600 BC, southern Scandinavia became closely linked to long-distance metal trade elsewhere in Europe.
Artificial cranial deformation is the practice of modifying the skull from infancy.
While giving a sense of cleansing in any city, rainstorms usually cause substances in buildings, streets, and sidewalks to wash...
Americans' spending on drugs rivals spending on alcohol.
We don't give grasslands enough credit.
Sometimes, it pays to be nasty.
If we can limit global warming, the effects are largely reduced.
According to the research, the vaccine was “well-tolerated without any overt toxicity”.