Earth’s ice is melting faster today than in the mid-1990s, new research suggests, as climate change nudges global temperatures ever higher. Altogether, an estimated 28 trillion metric tons of ice have melted away from the world’s sea ice,..
US airline United has announced plans to buy 15 new supersonic airliners and "return supersonic speeds to aviation" in the year 2029. Supersonic passenger flights ended in 2003 when Air France and British Airways retired Concorde. The..
Every watersports enthusiasts will make sure of their way to entertain themselves and make use of the best resource to entertain especially when it comes to being in Qatar. Being one of the richest countries in the world, compared to other c..
UK businessman Sir Richard Branson is about to realise a lifetime's ambition by flying to the edge of space. He'll ride his Virgin Galactic rocket plane on Sunday to an altitude where the sky turns black and the Earth's horizon curves ..
Coastal communities in the United States, be forewarned. A "dramatic" surge in high-tide floods is just over a decade away in the US, according to NASA. The rapid increase will start in the mid-2030s, when a lunar cycle will amplify risi..
Celebrated every year on June 8, World Ocean Day is an integral reminder of ocean’s role in the lives of people. The primary purpose of this day is to enlighten human beings with the impact of their actions on the sea, develop a global movement..
The family of the final victim unaccounted for in a deadly apartment block collapse in Florida say her remains have been found and identified. The discovery ends a weeks-long wait for the family of 54-year-old Estelle Hedaya, who had been missing ..
The absence of a deep emotional connection between humans and the natural world is at the root of the environmental crisis. Can you think of a place in nature that you know really well? Close your eyes for a moment and see what comes up. Can..
'Icelandia' was lost to the sea 10 million years ago. Iceland may be the last exposed remnant of a nearly Texas-size continent — called Icelandia — that sank beneath the North Atlantic Ocean about 10 million years ago, accordin..