Scientists have just discovered a breakthrough on how the issue can be resolved, and that's through topping some seaweeds over your livestock's regular meal.
Data shows that September was the warmest month since record-keeping started in 1880.
Cities that are environmental-friendly gains more.
A team of scientists has identified the first-ever evidence of a comet colliding with planet Earth about 56 millions of years ago, suggesting that the catastrophic event could have lead to an abrupt warming period or Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) on Earth.
American Southwest most likely to suffer from megadroughts as the regional average temperature continues to rise.
Ancient preserved deep-sea corals were found to be useful by experts in reconstructing uranium traces that can provide the northern glacial activities thousands of years ago. The new possible approach has paved another opportunity in understanding past climatic scenarios and its effect on the marine ecosystem.
Severe long-term droughts or “megadroughts” caused by climate change could affect southwestern U.S. states, a new study found.
Unlike today, ancient Earth needed more heat because the Sun was 10 to 15 percent dimmer than what it's today. Researchers have refuted a long-held theory that the Earth, billions of years in the past, stayed warm with the help of methane.
In a settelment with Center for Biological Diversity, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today proposed Endangered Species Act protection for the western glacier stonefly, according to the press release by the Center. Along with the westen glacier stonefly, another stonefly species called meltwater lednian stonefly, is also proposed for additional protection.
A new study revealed that the 19 populations of polar bears in the Arctic could be endangered due to the shorter ice sheet season.
Scientists reveal the dark side of man-made water reservoirs, exposing that these dams produce a large amount of greenhouse gases -- particularly methane.
A climate study caused the web to go into chaos. It concluded that due to the amount of human carbon emissions in the atmosphere, the planet has reached 3 to 7 degrees Celsius of global warming. However, a new study claims contradicts this report.
Baby lobsters will not survive if waters continue to warm, according to a recent study from the University of Maine Darling Marine Center and Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences.
In hopes of lessening the greenhouse effect, California has recently passed a bill that would limit emissions of black carbon and methane which have quite an impact on global warming. Surprisingly, the California law is putting a limit on pollutant emissions from livestock, specifically cow farts which are rich in methane.
Contrary to earlier predictions made by scientists, Greenland ice is melting at 7 percent faster. According to a new study which made use of GPS, Greenland is losing approximately 40 trillion pounds in year. The estimate is more than what scientists had thought.