As global fish stocks continue sinking to alarmingly low levels, a joint study by marine fisheries experts from within and outside of China concluded that the country's most recent fisheries conservation plan can achieve ...
Research shows how rebuilding Britain's Houses of Parliament in the 1800s helped create clean-air laws
Britain's dazzling Houses of Parliament building, constructed from 1840 until 1870, is an international icon. But the building's greatest legacy may be something politicians and tourists don't think about much: the clean ...
Workers are expected to begin mining operations at the U.S. nuclear waste dump in New Mexico for the first time in three years following a radiation release that contaminated part of the underground repository, the Energy ...
The Australian government on Tuesday rejected a plan to generate 42 percent of the country's power from wind and solar energy, in a setback for compliance with climate change commitments
Governments seem to think that the only way to protect national security is to own as much data about the public as possible, but this is not the case.
Furore erupted last week among many Australians who care for our native species.
Paris city authorities said Thursday they aimed to phase out the use of diesel cars by the time the French capital hosts the Olympics in 2024, and petrol cars by 2030.
The security software firm Kaspersky has become the focal point in an escalating conflict in cyberspace between the United States and Russia.
Israeli spies observed Russian government hackers in real time as they scoured computers around the world for the codenames of US intelligence programs, The New York Times reported Tuesday night.
Fracking will be banned in Scotland following a widespread public backlash against onshore drilling, the government said on Tuesday.