Despite the grave danger of the situation on the island of La Palma, Spanish tourism minister Reyes Maroto is encouraging tourists to pop by for a visit.
Videos of mysterious bright lights flashing over Acapulco appeared on social media, and scientists are still divided as to the exact reason.
Mark Kobylinksi stood rapt with his camera in hand, on his back deck, watching as the nightmare drew closer and closer.
A new study suggests that a global societal collapse is very likely “within a few decades”, but there are a few countries that could keep civilisation afloat.
A German television presenter really dragged her name through the mud on Monday, when she was seen dirtying her clothes shortly before reporting on a deadly flood.
Three unsuspecting London siblings – Rachel, Isobel, and Andrew Jobson – were struck by lightning, with the exact moment captured in a selfie.
Firenadoes are the latest horror in the heat spell that has caused insane wildfires to blaze from California to Oregon.
Local government said that the blast, which erupted in an area full of oil and gas fields, was caused by a mud volcano 75 kilometres off the coast of Baku.
Last week, an intense tornado killed five people, injured hundreds more, and left whole towns ravaged across the Czech Republic.
A sinkhole suddenly opened up and devoured a few cars in a parking lot at Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Hospital on Monday.
A sinkhole in central Mexico continues to grow rapidly, putting a nearby house and locals at risk.
Iceland’s erupting volcano, Fagradalsfjall, has claimed at least one drone, but the final seconds of footage make it worth the risk.
A lightning bolt in the US was captured striking a tree with perfect aim, and totally destroying it in the process.
Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung sent a cloud of hot ash higher than 16 400 feet into the air following its first major eruption since August last year.
One resident in a town near Mount Etna said the eruption was “a rain of stones – something [she] never saw in [her] entire life”.
Cyclone Eloise, since downgraded to Tropical Storm Eloise, tore through the Kruger National Park and other parts of South Africa this weekend.
You weren’t imagining it – there was an earthquake, and people across the city felt the tremors in the early hours.
On Saturday night, and again on Sunday morning, Capetonians felt tremors as a result of seismic activity.
Madill, Oklahoma resident Pecos Hank captured close-up footage of a massive tornado as it tore through his town.
The bushfires appear to be the product of a combination of climate change, human error, and deliberate arson. Sadly, an estimated one billion animals have now died.
Kaylen Ward decided to bare all in exchange for donations towards bushfire relief efforts in Australia, but Instagram wasn’t having it.
The volcano, which is also known as Whakaari, last erupted in 2001, and it is believed that 13 people died as a result of yesterday’s eruption.
A new research paper reports that the world may have already crossed a number of climate tipping points, placing us in a state of planetary emergency.
Residents of the Mshwati district were hit hard by a tunnel of wind that tore through the area, ripping up trees and destroying property.
Climate change has resulted in rising sea levels that are now causing damage to coastal properties in Cape Town.
A day on the water took a turn for the worse when a family was forced to flee a fast-moving mixture of gas, rock and volcanic ash.
A viral photograph has highlighted the extent to which global warming is impacting Greenland’s sea ice.
A terrifying scenario analysis predicts that human civilisation will be coming to an end in the not-too-distant future.
Over a dozen houses in Bolivia have been destroyed, after a landslide in a hilly suburban area wreaked havoc.