After the landmark Paris Agreement entered into force, the world gathered in Morocco for the first meeting under the pact to iron out implementation details for participating countries.
Is there a quick solution to stop climate change? Put A Price On It, a new movement, says that a faster climate solution is making carbon pollution expensive.
Despite the worldwide campaigns on forest conservation and log bans to promote carbon sinks and help resolve the global warming and greenhouse gas issues, a study from Switzerland chose to take a different path. Instead of keeping the trees, harvesting them was the provided option, and they also did the explanations in terms of carbon emissions.
Energy emissions have declined to lowest levels since 1991 due to lower heating demand, less coal usage, and utilization of more renewable energy sources.
On the countdown of US President's Obama's regime, recent report has underscored the current Administration's performance and "Business-As-Usual" undertakings despite commitments and pledge given to the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. Disclosing records, the Rainforest Action Network (RAN) declared that the Obama Administration has already offered more than 250 Million acres of land and offshore for lease to companies for coal, oil and gas extraction.
According to a recent report from the World Energy Council, global demand for energy per capita will peak in 2030 due to new technology and stricter government policies.
Acid from burning carbon dioxide and fossil fuels, which enters oceans, has forced fish to change their body clock and pretend it's always night time in order to survive.
Carbon emissions apparently had stopped increasing last year as the world chose renewable and sustainable energy over controversial, non-renewable coal, a recent study shows.
The amount of carbon dioxide in the Antartic has surpassed the 400 parts per million (ppm) mark. This is the first occurrence in 400 million years, and will not decrease even after thousands of years.
Kelly describes the efforts to cut carbon emissions as "total madness" and argues that it would not make "serious reduction."
Ford is creating car foams and plastics out of captured carbon dioxide—a first in the automotive industry.
The convertible sportscar uses about 100 lbs of woven hemp, which is actually far stronger than steel.
Climate change is a global concern and threat faced by humanity today. While humans may be largely to blame for the rapid changes in climate, the key to slowing it down also mainly lies in human hands.
Food chains are a common sight not just in the United States, but all over the world. But with their increasing number and influence, what impact and programs do they have to play a big positive role in the environment?