The US National Hurricane Center (NHC) announced Tuesday that Hurricane Sally is expected to bring “extreme life-threatening flash flooding” to the US Gulf Coast as it continues to move inland following its anticipated landfall.
Netizens were furious Monday after US President Donald Trump denied climate change during a briefing on the raging California wildfires that have killed more than 20 people.
Oregon’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM) has announced that at least 22 individuals have been confirmed missing amid a series of wildfires estimated to affect "tens of thousands of people."
The US National Hurricane Center (NHC) on Monday announced that the tropical storm officials have been monitoring in the Gulf of Mexico has “rapidly” strengthened and has grown into a Category 2 hurricane, noting that the powerful cyclone will bring over 20 inches of rainfall to states along the US’ southern coast.
Researchers are perplexed over a group of killer whales that has been attacking boats off the coasts of Spain and Portugal in the last few months.
Four people have been killed by raging forest fires in Oregon state and dozens are reported missing. Half a million residents have been told to evacuate from threatened areas by authorities, and state Governor Kate Brown said almost a million acres have been scorched.
Photos of the White House basement flooded with water were shared on social media Thursday, as heavy rains fell on the Washington, DC, area.
Mass evacuation orders have been issued across several US states such as California, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Washington, as emergency officials work tirelessly to contain multiple wildfires threatening the lives of many along the US’ West Coast.
On Friday, environmentalist group Extinction Rebellion blockaded three printworks used by the Times, The Sun, The Telegraph and the Daily Mail who they accused of failing to report on climate change issues 'accurately'. Home Secretary Priti Patel condemned it as an attack on the free press and democracy.
High Speed 2 will create tens of thousands of jobs across the country, but faces opposition from residents and environmentalists who say it will destroy natural habitats in addition to the hundreds of homes and business premises that will be demolished.
Early readings of the Tuesday phenomenon from the European-Mediterranean Seismological Center (EMSC) recorded a magnitude 6.5 earthquake off the shore of Atacama, Chile.
US scientists are continuing to sound the alarm on the potential environmental and agricultural threats posed by the Asian giant hornet - or "murder hornet” - as sightings and captures of the slaughterous insect have been on the rise in Washington. However, recent efforts to trap the invasive insect have yielded just a single specimen.
For the first time in more than six years, a geyser at Yellowstone National Park erupted last Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Shrinking glaciers due to climate change have increased the volume of water stored in glacier-fed lakes by about half since 1990, buffering an anticipated rise in sea-levels from glacial melt, NASA reported in a press release on Monday.
While pollution is rapidly turning the world ocean into a plastic soup, a Norwegian research team has dismissed efforts to trawl the waters as wasteful and even damaging, instead suggesting to focus on cleaning beaches.
A lake the size of five football fields in Hawaii’s Kīlauea volcano is one of the world’s hottest bodies of water, according to a volcano alert issued by the United States Geological Survey (USGS).
The US National Hurricane Center (NHC) indicated in its latest weather update on Wednesday that Hurricane Laura will strike the US Gulf Coast as a Category 4 storm after picking up strength in the Gulf of Mexico.
Widespread storm preparations are underway across the US Gulf Coast Tuesday as national forecasters warn that Hurricane Laura, presently churning in the Gulf of Mexico, is gaining strength and will likely strike the US coastline as a Category 3 cyclone.
There are bodies (and there may be billions of them in the Universe, according to scientists) which keep on drifting through empty space in the darkness as they are not bound to any star.
As two major storms are forecast to bring inches of rainfall and dangerous storm surges to the US Gulf Coast, thousands of residents have started making preparations ahead of what many weather experts are referring to as a “one-two punch” from Mother Nature.