A New Zealand research team sees signs of a problematic trend in ozone concentrations over the Antarctic.
According to a Greenpeace survey, people in Austria have a negative image of private jets. Four out of five respondents call for a kerosene tax.
Archaeologists have uncovered a network of Bronze Age structures in the Carpathian Basin, revealing complex societies and a veritable center of European technological innovation.
Last Friday, the global average temperature was 2.06 degrees Celsius higher than usual, according to data from the EU’s Copernicus Climate Change Service. The record for the warmest day ever also comes from this year.
Will there soon be a super-eruption in the Mediterranean? While it remains difficult to answer this question, a new study reveals that this type of catastrophe is likely to recur on a regular basis.
Around half of the caviar products tested in Europe were found to be illegal after genetic and isotope analyses. Some are not even caviar.
The green lungs of the planet are under threat. Drought and heat are particularly hard on the world’s largest rainforests. The consequences are serious because low water levels in rivers are not only a threat to fish.
Nuclear deterrence has taken on new significance following Russia’s attack on Ukraine. France has now reported success with an advanced long-range launcher.
An innovative cooling device could replace air-conditioning systems, promising superior energy efficiency and reduced environmental impact.
Will farmers still be allowed to spray the weedkiller glyphosate in the future? The member states of the European Union were unable to reach an agreement. Now the EU Commission has decided on its own.
The photovoltaic plant, which has now gone into operation near Abu Dhabi, is expected to save more than two million tons of CO2 per year. The timing is highly symbolic.
Sometimes a more or less jagged cloud roll appears in front of the most violent thunderstorms: this is the arcus, one of the most impressive clouds on the planet.
Injecting aeacutes into the stratosphere could reduce Antarctic ice melt and the risk of sea-level rise, according to research from Indiana University.
The observation of the GRB 221009A explosion, a spatial phenomenon of unparalleled intensity, revealed its notable effect on the Earth’s ionosphere. It underscores the significant interaction between distant cosmic events and our atmosphere.
The idea that the young ancient Egyptian pharaoh died as a result of a chariot accident is not new. New analyses now support this scenario.