Meet methane and nitrous oxide. You'll wish you hadn't.
Tree trunks represent new, previously unaccounted source of powerful greenhouse gas methane.
Methane analyzers were installed in some Google Street View cars in order to detect invisible sources of methane leaks. The cars drive along urban areas where distribution pipelines are underground.
A new study from Duke University has managed to convert carbon dioxide into fuel by using nanoparticles and light.
Five years from now, here are the amazing innovations that's set to rock the world.
Gases like methane break down relatively quickly in the atmosphere, but it turns out their negative effects can linger for hundreds of years.
Are our climate change efforts changing anything? The rising concentration of methane in the atmosphere, now increasing at a faster rate than any period in the last 20 years, is becoming a great threat to the environment – and a much more difficult problem to solve.
Global methane emissions are growing rapidly, and according to international experts, the surge is threatening the world’s efforts to fight climate change.
Researchers have discovered that cow farts contribute a huge percentage of carbon emissions all over the globe. This is attributing to the fact that their stomachs can produce methane, and methane emissions from cows have a larger carbon footprint than cars. Engineers have devised a way to capture methane from cow manure, store them in large tanks, and re-produce it into usable energy.
A new study revealed that over 50 trillion kilograms of carbon could be released into the atmosphere from the soil by mid-century if no moves to mitigate climate change are successful.
The European Space Agency’s (ESA) ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter is making its first scientific observations on Mars. Science teams are calibrating their instruments and are about to make the first test observations.
According to a new study, a little hydrogen and methane could have kept Mars warm enough to allow liquid water to flow on the planet.
Scientists are developing a multi-gas detector that could spot harmful emissions fast with a single sensor, which could deliver a breakthrough in preventing climate change.
A new study from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) may have cracked the elusive paradox involving the potent greenhouse gas methane that baffled many marine chemists for so long.