During the summer melting season, the East Greenland Current swirls newly calved icebergs into stunning shapes.
Maya Lin is creating a memorial for nature, hoping that the visual and auditory art of the memorial will be a "wake up call."
The 17 elements are in major demand, but potential wealth must be balanced against environmental responsibilities.
Study shows that though the planet can't continue to absorb half of our CO2 emissions, we haven't hit a tipping point.
Drought conditions worsened in the High Plains during the past week, while rains trimmed the edges of the drought area.
This 22-second animation shows the progression of the record-setting drought that is affecting the majority of the U.S.
The story of the 2012 U.S. record-setting extreme drought, told through key images and graphics.
The Guyana Iwokrama forest is protected from deforestation, which generates one-fifth of all greenhouse gases.
Tropical Storm Ernesto may become a hurricane by the time it hits the western Caribbean.
Sizzling heat continues to affect Oklahoma with near-record heat and temperatures propelled by extreme drought conditions.
After an eight-month journey, the attempted Mars landing of NASA's rover Curiosity early Monday will be major news.
Given it’s essentially a hydrogen bomb exploding for more than four billion years, the Sun is remarkably stable.
Oklahoma City may set an all-time high temperature record, after sweating through the warmest day since 1936.
Within 48 hours Tropical Depression 5 could become Tropical Storm Ernesto, the fifth named storm of the season.
A river of rain and snowmelt plunging into Yosemite Valley collide against rocks at the bottom, sending up a rainbow.
The USDA has designated more than half of all U.S. counties as agricultural disaster areas due to the record-setting drought.
Preliminary climate data shows that July was one of the hottest months on record, from Denver to D.C.
While Canada saw plenty of tornadoes, the U.S. had its lowest number July twisters since high-quality records began in 1954.
A new study claims thunderstorms threaten to rip a hole in the ozone layer, but elements of the study are unproven.
During thunderstorm that lasted only 30 minutes in Toronto, lightning struck the iconic CN Tower Ã¢Â€Â“ more than once.