The latest NOAA report revealed that the extreme weather events in the United States reached a cost of $165 billion in damage last year. The report added that human-caused climate change contributed to the natural disasters that unloaded in the country.
Portions of the Southern United States could expect isolated tornadoes, damaging winds and flooding downpours starting Wednesday night, according to the latest weather forecast. Read here for the latest weather updates.
The FDA approved the usage of Leqembi (Lecanemab) as the first Alzheimer’s treatment despite of reported deaths linked to the drug.
Article by: Jane Marsh, Editor-in-Chief of Environment.co In December 2022, several conservationists and environmental groups sued the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) to catalyze sanctions against Mexico for endangering the last of the vaquita porpoises. Mexico has enabled illegal fishing and the wildlife trade, increasing the risk of vaquita entanglement in gillnets. The sanctions […]
There is a pattern seen in past events where devastating earthquakes followed after prolonged heavy rain. This raises concern that there might be a possible occurrence of tremors in California.
As the Sierra Nevada snowpack in California continues to grow, exceeding 200% above its normal amount, people ponder whether it could boost the water supply, cause a flood, or maybe slide off the mountains as an avalanche.
Metal oxides are a promising photoelectrochemical (PEC) water-splitting catalyst for producing hydrogen as an alternative energy source.
Researchers at the University of California, Riverside, have discovered that volatile repellents might be used to control insects, particularly mosquitoes, on surfaces.
Experts explain that as more wild animals that might carry ticks migrate to the north, there is an increase in occurrences of invasive species, as well as human-wildlife interaction, which aids in spreading disease faster.
A sickness presumably caused by coal pollution from a nearby mine has infected native frogs in an Australian national park, according to scientists. However, EPA disagrees.
Airborne microplastics indoors also pose a threat to humans, which inhale thousands of these particles each year, according to the study.
A routine wildlife search ended up with 90 animals being rescued while a few others were found dead in a home in Washington.