Climate change is turning shellfish toxic — and threatening Alaska Natives

Phyllis Clough was driving to the post workplace in the small Alaskan town of Old Harbor one summer season afternoon when her lips went numb. Within minutes, her mouth... Read more »

I invented a new word for ‘climate change.’ Should I use it?

Get the most recent from Ask Umbra each week Subscribe to Ask Umbra Q. Dear Umbra, Is “overkill” a appropriate name for the ecological criminal offenses causing irreparable environment... Read more »

Trump’s biggest vulnerability is his climate change denial

Get your day-to-day dosage of excellent news from Livescience.Tech Subscribe to The Beacon This story was initially released by Mother Jones and is recreated here as part of the... Read more »

Are Earth’s species really doomed? This study has a hot new take.

Get your everyday dosage of great news from Livescience.Tech Subscribe to The Beacon When it concerns human-driven species massacres, there’s (new) great news and there’s (old) problem. The problem,... Read more »

Do cruise companies’ green claims hold water?

Get your day-to-day dosage of excellent news from Livescience.Tech Subscribe to The Beacon Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ship is a leviathan. The Mardi Gras sports 20 decks, 5,200 spaces,... Read more »

Genetically Engineered Moths Released for First Time

Obviously, the release of any genetically engineered organism into nature brings with it a myriad of concerns. The diamondback moth is a gigantic pest. It eats a range of... Read more »

Miami can have one last Super Bowl, as a treat

Get your everyday dosage of excellent news from Livescience.Tech Subscribe to The Beacon The San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs will deal with each other in the... Read more »

‘The Good Place’: It’s hard to be good when the world’s on fire

Get your everyday dosage of good news from Livescience.Tech Subscribe to The Beacon This story consists of spoilers for The Good Place. When aliens appear in fiction, the story... Read more »

U.S. geoengineering research gets a lift with $4 million from the U.S Congress

NASA/ISS Crew/Johnson Space Center BOULDER, COLORADO—The leading environment modification researcher for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) stated he has actually gotten $4 million from Congress and consent... Read more »

The plan to protect the Chesapeake is failing, and it’s Pennsylvania’s fault

Get your everyday dosage of excellent news from Livescience.Tech Subscribe to The Beacon In early January, members of the Chesapeake Bay Commission beinged in a gray meeting room in... Read more »