By Karl Fabricius
Learn how scattered light rays make the sky into a beautiful spectrum of changing color and light. Sky color truly is a wonderful thing!
If you ever thought you spied a UFO – maybe it was a lenticular cloud. We’ve covered mammatus clouds before here on EG; now it’s time for lenticular clouds to take a bow!
From the Sahel food crisis, to Peru’s mysterious wildlife deaths, to droughts and cyclones – El Niño could make big news if it develops in 2012.
Disaster response in the melting Arctic lags far behind the challenges posed by this rapidly evolving, climate change-created world.
Weather forecasts warn people of severe weather, yet predictions get cloudier as they peer farther into the future.
It’s nature versus man at its most spectacular with some amazing images of power stations being struck by lightning. ‘Nuff said.
When nature unleashes her fury, camping can turn into a nightmare; the abandoned campground of Las Nieves in Biescas, Spain, fell victim to a devastating flood in 1996.
The Matterhorn, one of the most iconic of the Alpine mountains, is reportedly beginning to melt like an ice cream cone thanks to the effects of climate change.
Greenland is a harsh place in which to live, but global warming may be improving life for its 57,000 residents…