A Facebook subsidiary abandoned drilling equipment, broken piping, and 6,500 gallons of bore gel off the Oregon coast while constructing an undersea cable. The tech giant says that's fine, but environmental experts disagree.
Argentina’s Paraná Delta is experiencing its worst fires in 12 years, fueled by the worst drought in decades.
A heat wave brought tropical temperatures and fires to Arctic Siberia last month. Now, it’s causing sea ice to crater.
Organizers of the MOSAiC expedition are determining the best way to bring a relief crew to the ship without spreading the virus, which could leave roughly 100 scientists and crew on board for an extra six weeks.
“Exponential growth can be turned into exponential decline if we choose to act.”
Forecasts for the largest living structure on Earth have become "devastating," scientists say, and the coral carnage will be even more widespread than the last mass bleaching in 2016-2017.
The latest data from ancient "Arrokoth," the most distant object ever visited by spacecraft, supports the idea that it's covered in organic molecules called "tholins" and gives us a window into deep cosmic time.
The contract states independent repair shops must agree to audits and inspections by Apple, even if they leave the program.
"Microsoft is delighted to announce we are the digital transformation partner of the International Petroleum Technology conference."
The Gondwanan rainforests are a living time capsule that survived a continental breakup and a planetary mass extinction event. Now, they’re being tested by humanity.
Amazon has a new justification for forging controversial partnerships with fossil fuel companies.