The world's population is climbing higher and higher over time. Now, the United Nations (UN) Population Division has announced that the population is likely to surpass 11 billion in 2100.

It's a mystery that has wildlife officials scratching their heads. It seems as if deer are dying near a popular hiking spot next to Lodi Lake in California.

Scientists have made an important milestone when it comes to the world's first ever solar battery.

Scientists are learning a bit more about how hurricanes transport pollution.

Shifting winds and ocean currents may have doubled the population of endangered Galapagos penguins.

What's driving tropical deforestation? It's all about resettlement projects. Scientists have found that these projects are largely responsible for the disappearance of trees in the Amazon.

It turns out that glaciers are melting faster than ever.

It turns out that estimates for house much greenhouse gas the "corn belt" in the United States has been producing have been far too low. Scientists have found that the central U.S.

Imagine sugarcane that doesn't have to be grown in the south. Researchers may have managed just that. They've developed chill-tolerant hybrid sugarcane that can grow at lower temperatures.

A carbon sink may be located beneath the world's deserts. Scientists have found that massive aquifers underneath deserts could hold more carbon than all of the plants on land.