Caltech researchers have made a discovery that they say could lead to the economically viable production of solar fuels in the next few years.
It's been a decade since the start of the Marcellus Shale gas boom in Pennsylvania, and today more than 10,000 unconventional gas wells dot the state's hills and valleys.
Because water is shared by everyone, there have to be some rules to govern the way it is used. But it's a difficult resource and when things go wrong, the temptation is to blame the unpredictable water – or the rules.
Helen Zille, the Premier of the Western Cape in South Africa, has made two startling claims about the water crisis in the province. She says there will be anarchy when the taps run dry, and that normal policing will be inadequate.
Among the many discoveries on matter at high pressure that garnered him the Nobel Prize in 1946, scientist Percy Bridgman discovered five different crystalline forms of water ice, ushering in more than 100 years of research ...
New research published in Nature Astronomy seeks to understand how surface clay was formed on Mars despite its cold climate.
As sea levels continue to rise, more areas of the coastal Everglades will be susceptible to salt water intrusion, according to a new study by Florida International University.
With 88 reported unprovoked shark attacks and five fatalities worldwide, 2017 was "just an average year," according to the University of Florida International Shark Attack File.
Officials in Cape Town appealed on Monday for residents to be vigilant against health risks caused by efforts to save or reuse water as the South African city's drought worsens.
This Copernicus Sentinel-2 image features Tunisia's capital Tunis, in North Africa, and highlights some of the country's important wetlands.