Valley fever is an infection of the lungs and causes respiratory symptoms like a cough, difficulty breathing, fever, and tiredness or fatigue. In rare cases, the Valley fever fungus can spread to other body parts and cause severe disease.
Over 35 million tons of plastic pollution is produced on Earth each year, and about a fourth of that ends up in the water, scientists say.
Fishermen first used the term El Niño off the coast of South America to describe the unusually warm water temperatures before Christmas.
This celestial sighting is a bit like space-speed dating. Astronomers only just learned of Comet C/2022 E3's existence, and it will be gone before we know it. Learn how it was discovered and why a naked-eye comet is rare.
The Biden administration moved Thursday to protect northeastern Minnesota’s pristine Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness from future mining, dealing a potentially fatal blow to a copper-nickel project.
In 2021, NOAA Fisheries reported that king crab fishing totaled 6 million pounds and was valued at more than $73 million.
The impact on our daily lives is “probably small” but may have a “long-term influence over decades or longer,” scientists in China told FOX Television Stations.
In the Drina River of Eastern Europe, a combination of bad weather and a build-up of waste in riverside landfills led to an significant accumulation of garbage.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is considering new rules designed to stop large ships from colliding with North Atlantic right whales.
The U.S. is directing $930 million toward reducing wildfire dangers in 10 western states by clearing trees and underbrush from national forests as officials struggle to protect communities from destructive infernos being made worse by climate change.
Scientists say warming in Greenland in the past may have been masked by local weather variability. But not any more. Climate change is blowing that away.
Overall, freshwater fish caught near urban areas and the Great Lakes were found to have the highest levels of forever chemicals, according to the study.
Swedish climate activist Great Thunberg was among hundreds of people on Tuesday who resumed anti-mining protests in western German after weekend demonstrations.
German police reportedly removed 20-year-old climate change activist Greta Thunberg from the site of a mass protest over the demolition of an abandoned village for the expansion of a coal mine.
Toyota is going back to the future.
Since 2002, there have only been three reported fin whale strandings in the Gulf of Mexico.
(Credit: The Institute for Marine Mammal Studies Gulf Port Mississippi)
A new study says Exxon Mobil’s scientists were remarkably accurate in their predictions about global warming.
Government science teams say that 2022 didn't quite set a record for heat, but it was in the top five or six warmest on record depending on who's doing the measuring.
A United Nations scientific report says Earth's protective ozone layer is slowly but noticeably healing.