The WWF and British Antarctic Survey are hoping to track the number of Atlantic and Laptev walruses over five years to find out how much climate change may be affecting them.
Nonessential travel has been halted on the U.S.-Canada and U.S.-Mexico borders since March 2020. That’ll change next month, but vaccines will be required.
Maine’s population of rare Atlantic puffins took a hit this year, as the number of chicks to survive a tough summer plummeted.
The report said the decision not to lock down and social distance sooner amounts to “one of the most important public health failures the United Kingdom has ever experienced.”
A new study estimates that more than 140,000 children in the U.S. have lost a parent or a grandparent caregiver to COVID-19.
The submission is the latest development in the push to expand use of the vaccine to younger children.
The beloved gas stove has become a focal point in a fight over whether gas should even exist in the 35% of U.S. homes that cook with it.
Some of Australia’s world famous national parks have been returned to the hands of Indigenous owners.
The Department of Education estimates that roughly 22,000 borrowers could be immediately eligible to have their loans erased automatically.
The cost to the American taxpayer and insurance companies from climate-fueled disasters has exploded in recent decades.