Don't be like them.
The last week is just a short part of Kilauea’s destruction.
Lead levels in the Arctic ice tells us how well the Roman Empire was doing on a year-by-year basis.
Nearly 7 miles beneath the surface.
Scientists just figured it out.
The volcano continues to vent sulfur dioxide gas, creating "vog," and it doesn't sound like the eruption will end anytime soon.
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupted in a residential neighborhood, requiring nearly a thousand people to evacuate.
One person discovered the route in 2012, but it took until now to prove it.
If the Thwaites glacier collapses, it could set off a chain reaction leading to sixteen feet of sea level rise.
Even a few inches of sea level rise is enough to ensure hundreds of thousands of people won't have access to clean drinking water.
The mysterious holes were spotted from an airplane over Greenland, but NASA scientists aren't sure what caused them.
Polar waters are filled with particles less than an inch big.
Researchers introduced a poison-fighting moss to toxic Swedish wetlands.
A 1938 issue of Seniorhelpline lays out an alternate future.
Another volcano nearby also erupted violently in March for the first time in seven years.
Getting the temperature just right.
A closer look at a crucial ingredient in life as we know it.
Scientists are split.
Was Icelandic spar the mythical Viking "sunstone"? In a new study, i has passed 36,000 simulations with flying colors.
The necessary tech may never exist.
It's an eerie sight.
Fishing nets alone make up 46 percent of the 79,000 tons of garbage.
"The public will probably never know the extent of what happened to the environment after Harvey."
And it's growing by the day.
This week will see the fourth nor'easter of the month. What the heck is going on?
Winter can be gorgeous, but we're done.
Massive underwater projects could help keep sea levels in check.