North Korea has picked up the pace of its missile and nuclear tests, as it regularly threatens to turn South Korea into a "sea of fire."
Authorities are looking into how a river in the Russian city of Norilsk has turned bright red.
The haze issue will be less severe partly because of Indonesia's increased efforts to control the forest fires, says BMI research's Aurelia Britsch.
Forty world leaders will descend upon Hangzhou for the Group of 20 (G-20) summit to reaffirm their dedication to global growth post-Brexit.
First Defense Nasal Screens CEO Joseph Moore explains why there is a need for personal air filtration and how nasal screens work.
Holman Jenkins Jr., Wall Street Journal Columnist, discusses his latest piece on the investigation into Exxon Mobile on claims it lied to the public about the risks of climate change.
Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong and Sydney are among the top ten global cities for green buildings, says World Green Building Council's Tai Lee Siang.
Two strong earthquakes hit one of Iceland's largest volcanoes, and scientists are monitoring for an eruption, which would be its first in 98 years.
One of Iceland's largest volcanoes could be about to erupt, the Icelandic Met Office said.
Bea Perez, Coca-Cola Chief Sustainability Officer, discusses the beverage giant's water conservation efforts as it becomes the first Fortune 500 company to fully replenish all the water it uses globally.
The American pika is disappearing from parts of the western U.S. as a result of climate change, according to a new study.
Southeast Asia is bracing itself for its annual, uncomfortable tryst with haze from Indonesia.
The company is working on reformulations, reduction of sugar and package sizes to suit new consumption trends, says Coca-Cola Amatil's Martyn Roberts.
China and the U.S. are set to jointly announce their ratification of a landmark climate change pact before the G20 summit, the SCMP reports.
Companies can frack responsibly, although the lack of regulation in certain states such as Ohio poses challenges, says University of Cincinnati's Amy Townsend-Small.
Arctic sea ice is melting faster than models predicted, and it is already wildly, maybe permanently, changing the planet.
Bill Nye, "The Science Guy," talks about the nation's national park system and how visitors can find a park near them.
China Everbright International CEO Chen Xiaoping tells Managing Asia about the firm's expansion plans as the waste management industry attracts more new players.
China Everbright International's Chen Xiaoping tells CNBC that there is immense potential in China's environmental protection and solid waste treatment industries.
Scientists say Arctic sea ice is melting at a much faster pace than any model had suggested was possible.