• Air pollution doesn’t just affect you, but harms the plants aroundAir pollution doesn’t just affect you, but harms the plants around

    A new study reveals that air pollution in particular area not only has devastating impact on human beings but also affects plants, animals and micro-organisms.

  • Ozone layer is back to track, Earth much safer than in 1980s
    EnvironmentOzone layer is back to track, Earth much safer than in 1980s

    A recent report by UN reveals that the ozone layer is going through the healing process, meaning that the agreements on global environment can be achieved with the aim that the catastrophic rise in world temperatures can be controlled.

  • New dinosaur species found in Argentina
    EnvironmentNew dinosaur species found in Argentina

    Paleontologists in Argentina have come up with a new discovery. A team of multinational scientists have found three well-preserved specimens of a new gigantic dinosaur species, named Lavocatisaurus agrioensis in the province of Neuquen.

  • Ocean temperature indicates shocking outcome: Study
    EnvironmentOcean temperature indicates shocking outcome: Study

    While global warming is a threat to our planet, the changing climate is also giving warning signals. The unexpected climate change is warming the world's ocean at faster pace, killing off aquatic organisms including coral reefs and marine forests. The warmer water is causing sea levels to rise, creating extreme weather events like hurricanes and likewise which affects the entire ecosystems.

  • NASA images show widespread stubble burning in north India
    EnvironmentNASA images show widespread stubble burning in north India

    Delhi Environment Minister Imran Hussain on Wednesday released recent satellite images from NASA showing widespread stubble burning across north India.

  • Marine Scientists capture never seen actions of Dumbo Octopus
    EnvironmentMarine Scientists capture never seen actions of Dumbo Octopus

    The Pacific Ocean is home to adorable marine creatures which are extra-ordinary and exclusive. This time, the marine scientists during the patrolling of Deep Ocean came across the rare view of Dumbo Octopus which is similar to Disney cartoons' octopus. Read the article to know about the best of exploration in the marine world.

  • Now, know about climate changes in 2100, this new app will tell you
    EnvironmentNow, know about climate changes in 2100, this new app will tell you

    The global temperature needs to be controlled until 2030, else the impact will be irreversible and catastrophic. However, common people might not understand how global climate works and changes affect our lives. Therefore, Craig Wallace, a scientist from the University of East Anglia, has developed an app that lets users explore global climate change projections. Now, let's see what does the app has in store for us.

  • Earth will reach 1.5 degrees Celsius threshold by 2030: Report
    EnvironmentEarth will reach 1.5 degrees Celsius threshold by 2030: Report

    The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on Monday said the planet will reach the crucial threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels by 2030, precipitating the risk of extreme drought, wildfires, floods and food shortages for hundreds of millions of people.

  • Riddle solved: The world's largest bird is Voromobe titan
    EnvironmentRiddle solved: The world's largest bird is Voromobe titan

    After decade of century of conflicts, scientists have solved the riddle of the world's largest bird. A study released on September 26, 2018 reveals that a species of elephant bird was same the size of giraffe. Continue reading to know the facts about the world's biggest bird discovered.

  • Fossil of world's oldest animal discovered: All you need to know
    EnvironmentFossil of world's oldest animal discovered: All you need to know

    A team of Paleontologist has discovered the fossil of animal that lived 558 million years ago. A thorough study of the fossilised lifeform reveals that it is the remnants of world's oldest known animal.

  • 11 lions found dead in Gir Forest, Gujarat govt orders inquiry
    Environment11 lions found dead in Gir Forest, Gujarat govt orders inquiry

    The dead body of 11 lions has been recovered from the Gir National Park in Gujarat. The shocking news has led the state government to order an inquiry. The forest is home to Asiatic Lions. According to 2015 census, there are 106 male, 201 female and 213 sub-adult lions in the wilderness.

  • Scientists discovers cafe of white shark in Pacific Ocean
    EnvironmentScientists discovers cafe of white shark in Pacific Ocean

    Possibly, a "White Shark Café"! In an attempt to explore the mighty Pacific Ocean, scientists have discovered a giant White Shark between California and Hawaii. The sharks are resting in an area similar to the size of Colorado and the place seems to be hangout zone for this great marine animals. However, researchers are unclear if the sharks are there for food or sex.

  • Hurricane Florence looks deadly from space, NASA video footage shows
    EnvironmentHurricane Florence looks deadly from space, NASA video footage shows

    Hurricane Florence is one of the first major Atlantic hurricanes. It is so big that, NASA astronauts had to use a super wide-angle lens to shoot it. NASA has been tracking the storm for a few days and now offers a new footage from the space.

  • Sea turtles are at risk, plastic can kill them, says study
    EnvironmentSea turtles are at risk, plastic can kill them, says study

    Yet again, plastic has been declared as threat to the environment and animals living in. The surge of plastic into the world's oceans is taking an increasing toll on iconic marine species. A new study suggests that ingesting even a single piece of plastic can kill sea turtles. And, the young turtles are at higher risk of dying from exposure to plastic than adults.

  • New sea creatures discovered in Pacific Ocean
    EnvironmentNew sea creatures discovered in Pacific Ocean

    Scientists during the latest trip to Atacama Trench, one of the deepest points in the Pacific Ocean, discovered three new species of the "elusive" snailfish, living more than 21,000 feet beneath the surface. The team has repeatedly lowered a device called a deep-sea lander overboard and watched as it sank into the cold, dark waters. Suddenly, the camera began recording footage of live three new species of the snailfish.

  • Scientists create new map of Antarctica, better than before
    EnvironmentScientists create new map of Antarctica, better than before

    The new map of Antarctica has been named as the Reference Elevation Model of Antartica (or REMA). It was created by researchers at Ohio State University led by Professor Ian Howat. His dream to create the incredibly detailed map has replaced the otherwise simple map of Antarctica which was just plain without detailing.

  • World's largest Sahara Desert may go green: Here's why
    EnvironmentWorld's largest Sahara Desert may go green: Here's why

    A study claims that the massive wind and solar installation in the Sahara Desert would contribute to the growth of vegetation in the world's largest hot desert. Published in the journal Science, it is among the first study to observe the climate effects of wind and solar installations while taking into account how vegetation responds to changes in heat and rainfall.

  • First omnivorous Shark species identified
    EnvironmentFirst omnivorous Shark species identified

    Scientists claim that they have identified the first known omnivorous shark species which graze seagrass along with marine fishes, crabs and snails. The findings have overturned the concept that all sharks are only meat-eaters.

  • Extinct birds: First declared avian extinctions of 21st century
    EnvironmentExtinct birds: First declared avian extinctions of 21st century

    A latest report by scientists claims that eight species of birds is on the verge of extinction. It has been declared that it the first avian extinctions of the 21st century, according to a report in the British newspaper, The Guardian.