At the World Climate Conference, the United States has announced stricter climate protection standards, with a significant reduction in methane emissions. Vice President Harris emphasizes, “The clock is not only ticking, it is banging!.”
The data already shows global warming of more than 1.4 degrees Celsius compared to pre-industrial levels, reports the World Meteorological Organization.
Experts have reassessed a historic geomagnetic storm and come to the conclusion that such events are likely to be more frequent than previously thought.
According to a new model calculation, this value was previously underestimated. Less particulate matter and ozone would not only prevent deaths, but also lead to healthier lives.
Strong sales of combustion SUVs from Hyundai-Kia, Volkswagen and Toyota completely cancel out the climate gains made by their electric vehicles.
An Incel supporter has been sentenced to life imprisonment in Toronto. This is the first time that gender-based violence has been classified as terrorism in Canada.
490 million years ago, Thailand was part of Gondwana. But where exactly was this small piece of land located? The recent discovery of trilobite fossils provides the answer.
Today’s quakes could be aftershocks from the 19th century.
Obsidian block with traces of processing could come from a Neolithic ship.
Women farmers in Central, Eastern and Southern Africa, as well as in Western and Southern Asia, are paying a heavy price for the consequences of climate change.
For decades, the 4000 square kilometer large and 400 meter high ice giant was stuck in Antarctica. Now A23a is setting off on its journey.
Several cases of unexplained lung disease in children have occurred in northern China. The WHO demands an explanation and calls on the government in Beijing to be more transparent.
For several months now, a strange phenomenon has been regularly lighting up our skies. Sometimes up to 5 times a month. Almost spherical, red aurora borealis visible to the naked eye.
The EU Commission has failed with its proposal to significantly reduce the use of plant protection products by 2030. The law did not receive a majority in Parliament. There are to be no further negotiations.
The idea that only men hunted in the Palaeolithic has been overturned by two new studies, which provide solid archaeological evidence and physiological arguments.