(NEW YORK) -- Recent deadly flooding events around the world are evidence of the planet's changing relationship with precipitation as global temperatures continue to warm, according to environmental experts. While the link between the climate change and extreme precipitation is straightforward, quantifying the link remains... Read More.
The 2020 edition of the Farm Aid was a virtual event because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but this year's installment of the festival, which supports family-run and independent farms in the U.S., will return to being a live, in-person extravaganza. Farm Aid 2021 is
(ORANMORE, Ireland) -- Staring upward, Fiachra Quigley watched his coffees slowly descend 80 feet onto his driveway, lowered at the end of a string. Above him, a drone about the size of a go-cart hummed, closed its cargo doors and then flew off over... Read More.
By VICTOR ORDONEZ and GERRY WAGSCHAL, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- COVID-19 travel bans and harsher media restrictions have provided the Chinese government some shade from the international spotlight in the wake of the country’s alleged human rights abuses.Experts, however, say... Read More.
By ELLA TORRES, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- As coronavirus cases continue rising at an alarming rate in parts of the U.S., the notion of parties where guests knowingly try to expose themselves to COVID-19 would seem unheard of -- yet... Read More.