A budding tropical disturbance has the potential to strengthen significantly and reach Florida over the weekend with strong winds, coastal flooding and torrential rainfall.... More

Multinational oil company Puma Energy may be responsible for a major oil spill in the tourist destination Puerto Sandino, on Nicaragua's Pacific coast... More

Over 300 people have died in eastern and central India as severe flooding is destroying villages, crops, and roads.... More

Communities in the Peruvian Amazon are facing a new environmental disaster as a 40-year-old pipeline operated by state oil company Petroperu has experienced a major oil spill for the fourth time this year.... More

An anti-fumigation movement has been raising concerns about U.S. recommendations to use aerial spraying to control the spread of Zika.... More

Heavy downpours in northern China have claimed more than a dozen lives, as officials keep releasing updated figures on the death toll and the number of missing people.... More

In a tersely-worded open letter, Brazil’s Department of Indigenous Affairs criticized a proposal by two U.S. anthropologists to initiate contact between South America’s most isolated tribes and the scientific community, the Guardian newspaper has reported.... More

In Puerto Rico, hundreds of people gathered in Old San Juan in opposition to a proposal for toxic aerial fumigations aimed at fighting the Zika virus. ... More

Scientists have confirmed that this June was the hottest June ever recorded -- making it the 14th straight month to smash global temperature records amid human-fueled climate change.... More

Over 400 mines in Mexico use enough water to meet the annual needs of 3.2 million people, more than one-fifth of the Mexican population without running water in their homes, according to an investigation reported by local media Monday. ... More

Hola amigos radioaficionados all around the world .. I am Arnie Coro radio amateur CO2KK, the host of this program that today begins with the following statement : The Sunspots are Back.... More

Chinese authorities have evacuated hundreds of thousands of residents as weakened Typhoon Nepartak battered China’s eastern coastline with powerful winds and heavy rains.... More

Indian officials have updated the death toll from flash floods that have hit the northern regions of the country in recent days, saying at least 40 are feared dead following the heavy downpours.... More

Scientists have found dangerous drug-resistant "super bacteria" off the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, which will host Olympic swimming events, and in a lagoon where rowing and canoe athletes will compete when the games begin on Aug. 5.... More

In a major victory for environmental and Indigenous movements, a Canadian court has overturned the government’s approval of Enbridge’s controversial $6.5 billion Northern Gateway pipeline project... More