Goodall made the comments after winning the prestigious 2021 Templeton Prize.
NOAA has adjusted its count for an "average" hurricane season, but 2021 storm formation will still be above average.
America's first nuclear bomb test in 1945 created a rare 'quasicrystal' never seen on Earth before, scientists say.
Scientists will continue to closely monitor the iceberg, which could pose a risk to penguin breeding grounds on nearby islands.
Some of the world's strangest species can be found down under, from dolphin-tailed sea cows to mysterious marsupial moles.
The death of the dinosaurs was just one of five global events that saw millions of species wiped out. How do these events happen? And how can we stop it happening again?
A new deep-learning approach to predict earthquake shaking could lead to better warnings of where and when shaking will occur.
A new subduction zone south of New Zealand formed when tectonic forces brought a segment of weakened continental crust from the submerged continent of Zealandia next to denser oceanic crust.
A giant sequoia tree in California's Sequoia National Park is still smoldering months after devastating wildfires hit the region last summer.
An earthquake of approximately magnitude 9 in 1700 in Cascadia could have instead been three or four slightly smaller, but still devastating, quakes.
Tiny fossils from the northern Highlands of Scotland preserve the oldest evidence of organisms with more than one type of cell.
A survey recently mapped a vast industrial dumping ground in the ocean basin between the Los Angeles coast and Catalina Island.
Earth's continents have been leaking nutrients into the ocean for at least 3.7 billion years, new research suggests.
Glacial melt caused by climate change is redistributing weight on the planet, leading to a shift in Earth's poles as far back as the 1990s.