In the northern high latitudes, trees aren’t the only fuel available to burn.
A recent report says geology and groundwater pumping have created a "perfect storm" for sinking cities.
Primeval forests are of great importance for biodiversity and global carbon and water cycling.
Satellite images have revealed that the once colossal A-68A iceberg has had yet another shattering experience.
Celebrated annually on 2 February, World Wetlands Day aims to raise global awareness about the importance of wetlands for our planet.
Satellite data indicate that snow is melting earlier, changing when and how much the lake is refilled.
Preliminary results raise questions about whether Cook Inlet beluga whales are reproducing much later than initially thought.
The tropical cyclone made landfall near the coast city of Beira, bringing heavy rains to the central region.
When drought hits the Horn of Africa, it's a threat to lives and livelihoods
A NASA airborne study has returned to the field for a second year of science flights to advance the accuracy of short- and long-term climate models.
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