Environment

Iguanas reintroduced to Galapagos

Iguanas have been reintroduced to Galapagos for the first time since 19th century

Finally, iguanas have been reintroduced to Galapagos. Indeed, 1436 endemic saurians from the Ecuadorian archipelago were reintroduced…

Global Warming in the Oceans

The warming of the oceans equivalent to one atomic bomb per second

Global warming has become one of the biggest threats to humanity, and its impact on the planet,…

Benefits of not eating meat

Reducing our meat consumption could save millions of lives

“Avoiding millions of unnecessary deaths a year and dramatically reducing greenhouse gas emissions.” These are the benefits…

American researchers genetically modify a plant to make it purify indoor air

We often mention the ability of indoor plants to purify the air in our homes. While this has not…

The mystery of the giant particles that seem to defy gravity

The thin layer of air that surrounds our planet is rich in particles of all kinds. Some of them…

The world has two years left to stop the consequences of climate change, says UN Secretary-general

The world has two years to act against climate change or face “disastrous consequences,” warned the UN Secretary-general on…

300 turtles found dead in Mexican waters

Mexican environmental authorities have found 300 golfina turtles, a species threatened with extinction, floating dead in Mexican Pacific waters,…

Meat and dairy companies produce more greenhouse gases than oil giants

The lack of transparency of the main companies in the meat and dairy sector on their climate impact has…

The UK’s heat wave can be seen from space

The heat wave currently going through the UK and Ireland may well become the longest episode of heat wave…

The dead zone of the Arabian Sea is getting bigger

In the waters of the Arabian Sea, an oxygen-free “dead zone” the size of Scotland is spreading and raises…

Massive iceberg breaks off Greenland glacier

A huge piece of ice, half the size of Manhattan Island, broke off the Greenland Glacier at the end…

Quebec Heatwave kills 17 people

At least 17 people have died in Quebec because of the heat wave in eastern Canada since the end…

Scientists will broadcast live from the most remote waters of the planet

Today’s scientific research is undoubtedly completely different from that of a few years ago, primarily because of the innovative…

floods in florida

Florida: rising oceans will cost billions in real estate loss

On the coast of Florida, the real estate market is in great shape despite repeated floods. However, tens of…

Climate change could be killing Africa’s oldest trees

A strange situation is affecting a species of trees in Africa. It turns out that most of the oldest…

Global warming will reduce fruit and vegetable production

Global warming will cause warmer air and scarcity of water. It will also cause a reduction in the harvest…