You might not know that the tyres from your new electric SUV could be pushing orangutans closer to extinction. Or, that the wheels on your diesel hatchback are adding to the microplastics in our oceans. You might be blissfully unaware of the
Cyclone Eloise made landfall in the early hours of Saturday, bringing high-speed winds followed by torrential rain over the port city of Beira, capital of Mozambique's Sofala province, and the adjacent Buzi district.
The quake produced powerful shaking along parts of Japan's eastern coast, and was felt strongly in Tokyo, but triggered no tsunami alert.
The sinkhole measured about 500 square metres (5,400 square feet) swallowing several cars, however, nobody was injured, firefighters said.
Countries like America used Earth Day to extend olive branches, form new partnerships, and announce ambitious climate goals. But not everyone is in the reconciling spirit. Instead, the EU is doubling down on a carbon tax, a cumbersome levy which penalises
After an all night rescue operation in freezing temperatures involving more than 700 personnel, rescuers were able to confirm that 151 people were safe out of a total of 172 participants.
The rains are not romantic, as often portrayed by gyrating Bollywood stars, for the ordinary in some states of India. The extraordinariness of the element’s ferocity leaves them year after year in ceaseless grief. The rainy season means destruction and