For the first time, heavy metal gases like magnesium and iron have been detected floating away from an exoplanet, a planet orbiting a distant sun. Why? Because the planet – which is about as big as Jupiter – is orbiting perilously close to its star.
Fast radio bursts (FRBs), mysterious high-energy astrophysical phenoma that have defied explanation, have been blamed on everything from aliens to microwave ovens. They are incredibly strong signals that have puzzling mathematical regularity, and scientists believe they are coming from deep…
(Florida Museum of Natural History) Scientists have recovered the first genetic data from an extinct bird in the Caribbean, thanks to the remarkably preserved bones of a Creighton’s caracara from a flooded sinkhole on Great Abaco Island.
E-bikes will eat cars, and H2 bikes will eat Toyotas.
American Bar Association leadership joined the movement toward net-zero emissions this week, urging “the adoption of a wide range of legal measures” to combat climate change.
The 350,000 members of the Navajo Nation live in a climate change bull’s-eye, variously burdened by extreme heat, prolonged drought and irregular monsoonal floods.
GOLDEN, Colo. — Top scientists from two of the world’s biggest oil companies agree that hydrogen could help solve the problems of storing energy made from wind and solar while also providing carbon-free fuels.
President Trump’s visit to a Royal Dutch Shell PLC ethane cracker plant yesterday placed him at the center of a facility that demonstrates how the plastics industry is contributing to climate change.
An expected whistleblower complaint is the latest escalation in a fight between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and a former official who led its work on climate change.