A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has developed a system that produces electricity and hydrogen (H2) while eliminating carbon dioxide (CO2), which is the main contributor of global warming.
An international team of researchers, including Professor Sarah Kang and DoYeon Kim in the School of Urban and Environmental Engineering at UNIST, has unveiled that local greenhouse gas concentrations appear to be attributable to Arctic Amplification.
Scientists call on governments to move away from short-term politically driven plans destroying mangrove habitats
Permafrost melting causes the release of carbon dioxide and methanePermafrost melting causes the release of carbon dioxide and methane, with its consequences, which speed up global warming
An international team of scientist concluded 2018 was the hottest year for the planets oceans and will continue to rise. Record shows, since 2014 there's a continuous increase for the Oceans temperature. Each new year outperform the last.
Leipzig. When the soil warms up, it releases more carbon dioxide (CO2) - an effect that further fuels climate change. Until now, it had been assumed that the reason for this was mainly due to the presence of small soil animals and microorganisms that would eat and breathe more in warmer temperatures. However, a new study in Nature Climate Change has shown that this is not the case.
The energy in ocean waves has been increasing as a consequence of climate change, according to a new study.
Study: Animal populations are decreasing due to their high-risk food-finding strategies
Primates of the Caribbean: Ancient DNA reveals history of mystery monkey
Sea level rise puts coastal areas at the forefront of the impacts of climate change, but new research shows they face other climate-related threats as well. In a study published January 14 in Nature Communications, researchers report that the energy of ocean waves has been growing globally, and they found a direct association between ocean warming and the increase in wave energy.
As the Earth spins on its axis, scientists observe a noticeable wobble on its motion. It's a phenomenon that has existed for centuries and now we've finally figured out why.
Acid is spilling over into the Arctic, dissolving rocks in the process. According to scientists, the alarming phenomenon is a result of the permafrost melting in the region due to the rising temperature worldwide.
Study: Turmoil behind primate power struggles often overlooked by researchers
In the age of the flat Earth movement and the deniers of climate change and vaccinations, it may be baffling to some people how others ignore scientific data for their own false beliefs. Now, psychologists seek to explain the behavior.
Scientists explore effects of large-scale wind and solar farms in the Sahara Desert. They found that such installations can significantly increase rainfall and boost vegetation in the region, paving the way for a 'green' Sahara, climate benefits, and clean energy.