Buildings collapsed, and hospitals were full of survivors after a catastrophic 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Turkey and Syria on Monday, leaving devastating damage, hundreds injuries and 640 deaths. Death tolls are expected to soar. Read here.
we are losing wetlands three times faster than forests. When it comes to restoring them to their natural state, one hero with extraordinary abilities stands out: the beaver
researchers uses sound waves in how human activity and other factors that can disrupt sea life in the polar regions
A dangerous and widespread wildfire unleashed in Chile, causing significant damage, 900 injuries, 23 casualties and 1000 people evacuated. In addition, the report said that Central Chile suffered from dry conditions and megadrought. Read here.
Utah lawmakers have put emergency preparations in place to save the Great Salt Lake, which is on the edge of ecological catastrophe.
Rain and snow, with chances of freezing conditions, are expected in the United Kingdom (U.K) next week. Read here.
The death of a sperm whale in Hawaii showed that the marine animal consumed plastic debris, fishing gear and traps, which could be the reason for the sudden death. Read here.
Public health officials warn that the mutation of avian flu in mammals may spread to humans, but the risk to the public is very low.
The latest weather forecasts said extreme cold and deep freeze would unload in parts of Canada on the weekend. Next week, the forecast said that colder weather would persist and a possible warmup in portions of Canada. Read here.
Temperatures in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont plummeted far below zero as inhabitants hunkered down as shelters scrambled to provide more room.