Japanese officials activated a portion of the mile-long ice wall built around the Fukushima Daiichi power plant several weeks ago in an effort to stop groundwater from reaching the reactors.
With water restrictions starting in two weeks, the City of Vancouver is selling rainwater collection barrels. The city is advising residents to use the rainwater on their gardens.
Foster Poultry Farms of Farmerville, Louisiana is recalling approximately 220,450 pounds of fully-cooked frozen chicken breast nuggets that may be contaminated with pieces of plastic and rubber.
With the world’s population soon expected to reach eight billion, scientists have been working to find a way to produce enough food to feed all those hungry mouths. A team of engineers has found a way to do this using nanoparticles.
With the sweltering heat in India claiming over 300 lives in April, officials said on Friday that daytime cooking will be banned in some parts of the drought-stricken country in an attempt to prevent accidental fires that have claimed 80 lives.
An investigation is underway at Arches National Park in Utah after graffiti, etched so deep it will be almost impossible to remove, was found on the famed red rock arch.
Climate change is not only a major issue in the world today, but we are beginning to experience the results of the change at a seemingly alarming rate.
Scientists from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Center have released their finding on an outbreak of intestinal illnesses in 10 indigenous villages between April 2013 and 2014 in Canada’s far North.
Visitors to the Westonbirt Arboretum in the UK will be getting a different perspective on nature, now that the Arboretum’s new treetop walkway has opened.