Explore the amazing Hang Son Doong cave
Take a quadcopter tour of Vietnam's wonder.
The Hang Son Doong cave in a remote part of central Vietnam near the Laos border, is so big it has an entire jungle g...
Arctic heads for new low ice record
The Arctic Ocean could be heading for a new record – the lowest maximum winter extent for sea ice in the satellite er...
Climate change and the politics of consensus
History and psychology shows that when scientific findings become politicised, some people will r...
A parched Lake Chad in the dry season. Warnings about what it will mean to live in a warmer world are often challenge...
New volcano discovered in Colombia
Residents should remain vigilant for warning signs.
https://youtu.be/mIX43uy4Zvg Geologists have discovered a new and potentially dangerous volcano in central Colombi...
Global sea ice loss is not 'canceled out' by Antarctic sea ice gains, NASA study reveals
Contrary to the popular claim that Antarctic sea ice increases ‘cancel out’ the loss of ice in the Arctic, a new stud...
Smithsonian investigates climate sceptic's funding sources
The Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) has launched an inquiry into one of its researchers, solar phys...
What's with the brutally cold weather in Boston?
Polar vortex is pushing freezing cold air to America.
For a second year in a row, North America has shivered through a brutally cold winter – this year with the Northeast ...
What caused North QLDS's earthquake?
Geoscience Australia explains the 5.2 magnitude quake.
We caught up with Geoscience Australia to chat about the magnitude 5.2 earthquake earlier this week, which was centre...
Megadrought 'likely to hit the western US by end of century'
The southwestern US is no stranger to droughts. California is currently in one of the worst droughts on record for th...
Delta build-up bucks the land-loss trend
Build up is a sharp contrast to the coastline elsewhere.
1984 – the deltas in Atchafalaya Bay. Credit: NASA/Earth Observatory 2014 – the deltas in Atchafalaya Bay. Credit;...
What tectonic plates float on
Dynamite shakes the truth from the Earth's underbelly.
Any geologist will tell you the Earth’s crust is broken into tectonic plates that “float” around like gigantic rafts....
Red Sea grows to become our newest ocean
Tremors explained as 'birthing pains'.
The regular earth tremors felt by people living around the Red Sea are the "birthing pains of Earth's newest ocean – ...