The Mexico-sized algae bloom is reportedly caused by the algae bloom in the Gulf of Oman, which occurs twice a year.
Experts say the rate of electronic vehicles' growth will have huge implications on the oil, electric, utility markets and the industry as a whole. It may be maddeningly difficult to predict what will happen years from now, but analysts reveal that electric vehicles are poised to have a "very" rapid growth in the future.
Are you out of baking powder? Why, turn to carbon dioxide! Company Carbonclean is planning to turn planet-heating CO2 emissions into profit by converting them into something else. That's right, they plan on converting CO2 into baking powder and even lock up 60,000 tonnes of CO2 a year!
Is Antarctica the most beautiful place on Earth? YES!
Good news! Block Island Wind Farm, the first offshore wind farm in the U.S., has officially started its operation, replacing 90 percent of the island's diesel-generated electricity to clean, renewable wind 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.
Excessive carbon emissions have been the biggest problem of environmentalists and global warming enthusiasts for the past decades. The increasing need for supplies and electricity has created a rapid growth in industries with large carbon footprints. Systems with less carbon emissions are being developed and implemented all over the world. However, what are we going to do with existing CO2 in the environment?
A team of scientists has discovered a way on how to store carbon dioxide (CO2) into rocks, converting it into stable carbonate minerals. This new technology opens up a possible solution for lessening carbon emissions, making the Paris Climate Agreement target more achievable.
A groundbreaking energy-efficient engine could generate electricity using heated waste water and could cut global carbon emissions by 2%.
“Carbon is not the enemy," William McDonough, world-class architect, designer, and urban planner declares in his keynote speech at the SXSW Eco conference.
Good news for the environment! Germany's coalition government has decided to take a big step in fighting climate change by cutting its greenhouse gas emissions by 80 to 95 percent in just by the year 2050.
A new study revealed that the global carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels has barely grown and will more likely to remain relatively flat by the end of 2016.
A new study published in the journal Science revealed that CO2 emissions are accelerating the rate of sea ice loss in the arctic.
There’s a new tool to fight climate change: footsteps. The new streetlights powered by pedestrians’ footsteps and solar energy were installed in downtown Las Vegas.