A UNESCO advisory body had made the sobering announcement after several years of back-to-back bleachings.
Creators say they can be cooked sunny side up, over easy, and soft boiled.
Trump officials are rushing to hand over Oak Flat in Arizona to Resolution Copper by next month, a full year ahead of schedule—while they still can.
Resorts largely serve rich white people. But Indigenous communities are fighting to change that.
Protesters demonstrating against HS2 say a new commuter train line won't be necessary in a post-pandemic world.
A few executive actions from President-Elect Joe Biden could have real-world impacts for Black, Indigenous, and people of color at home.
Squid are being sucked out of the the sea illegally, threatening to unbalance the entire marine ecosystem, said experts.
The project transforms the largely unconscious process of breathing into the conscious act of eating.
Or 54 Boeing 747-8 aeroplanes at full capacity.
Critics are concerned that carbon capture plans will allow fossil fuel companies to make a profit solving a problem they created.
Large numbers of crustaceans have appeared on a popular beach spot during the pandemic, and there aren't enough shells to go around.
Cyclone Idai ravaged parts of Zimbabwe in March 2019. But more than a year after the tragedy, some children affected by the disaster are still struggling psychologically.