Warming Arctic Is Changing the Picture of When Inland Plants First Emerge
Spring is coming sooner to some plant species in the low Arctic of Greenland, while other species are delaying their emergence amid warming
Discovery could lower cost and expand possibilities for building-integrated solar energy collection
Researchers at the University of Minnesota and University of Milano-Bicocca are bringing the dream of windows that can efficiently collect solar energy one
Tiny plastic particles washed off products such as synthetic clothes and car tyres could contribute up to 30% of the ‘plastic soup’ polluting the world’s oceans and – in many developed countries – are
The Government of Myanmar and WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) announced a comprehensive plan to protect the country’s diverse fisheries and marine life—including dolphins, sea turtles, and other species—and other marine resources.
The plan titled “Marine
The hospitality industry group announces the opening of Radisson Blu Residence in Dhahran.
Located near the city center, in the Aramco business district, strategically positioned next to main corporate offices and hot spots in Dhahran,
We all do it; we all need it – humans and animals alike. Sleep is an essential behavior shared by nearly all animals and disruption of this process is associated with an array of
UN Environment launched on Feb 23 an unprecedented global campaign to eliminate major sources of marine litter: microplastics in cosmetics and the excessive, wasteful usage of single-use plastic by the year 2022.
Launched at the
The newest professor in the University of Rhode Island’s College of the Environment and Life Sciences, Hollie Putnam, thinks some corals and shellfish might have good enough “memories” to buffer the changes in ocean
According to the Jamaica Tourist Board the country was visited by breaking 210.000 UK and Ireland during last year.
This translates into a 4.34 per cent increase when compared to the previous year, meaning the
Seagrass meadows – bountiful underwater gardens that nestle close to shore and are the most common coastal ecosystem on Earth – can reduce bacterial exposure for corals, other sea creatures and humans, according to