Mexico City Is Sinking at an Alarming Rate

Researchers now estimate the clay sheets underneath Mexico City could ultimately compress by 30 % for another 150 years. Not only does this put infrastructure at risk, it also threatens water security for millions of people.

Massive sinkhole opens up in New Zealand

One scientist and several nearby dairy farmers said that the sinkhole was the largest they had ever seen, and the earth at the bottom dates back to the paleolithic era dating 60,000 years ago.

The ground under a West Texas (USA) oil patch is moving 'at alarming rates'

Local residents, infrastructure, and oil and gas pipelines could be at risk from the ground heaving and sinking in West Texas, US, after years of fossil fuel production, according to a new study.