Man-Caused Greenhouse Gases Emissions Traced Back to Romans and Han Dynasty

According to the United Nations, human induced climate change has started in the 1800s. Researchers at Utrecht University (The Netherlands), however, are convinced that...
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Climate Change Preparedness – Coastal Residents are “Not Ready” for Sea Level Rise

There seem to be no end to the amount of ignorance being displayed by the general public when it comes to the real risks...

Green Rooftop Farms: Solution to Depleting Food Resources and Urban Green Spaces

Food security is one of the most pressing issues that governments around the world will have to tackle, as outlined in the latest IPCC...

14 Ways to Reduce Global Warming, as Postulated by NASA Researchers

Some measures can be so simple and yet so effective that you sometimes stop to wonder how come you didn't thing about them before....
Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef Not “In Danger” – For Now

  Despite being one of the most vulnerable ecosystems in the world and squarely in the firing line with climate change, UNESCO experts decided not...

Global Heat Accumulation Equivalent to Four Atomic Bombs Per Second

Last weekend, John Cook of SkepticalScience gave a talk at the Climate Action Summit during which he bluntly stated the planet’s temperatures are rising...

Protecting and Restoring Vegetation Could Help Lower Global Carbon Levels

A new study organized by The Nature Conservancy explains how the 20 steps that it describes can help reduce the amount of carbon dioxide...

0.7-Meter Minimum Global Sea-Level Rise by 2300, Even With Paris Agreement

"Every delay in peaking emissions by five years between 2020 and 2035 could mean additional 20 cm of sea-level rise in the end—which is...

These RoboBees from Japan Can Legitimately Pollinate the Earth

With natural bees being reported as dying at an unprecedented rate, researchers have come up with the idea of developing “RoboBees” or bee-like drones...

Capturing Carbon Dioxide From Air Would Be Inefficient, Princeton Study Says

The carbon dioxide that we emit can be reduced in several ways, out of which some are more or less effective. A study performed by Princeton engineer Robert Socolow reveals that as much as we'd want to, we simply can't remove carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases by means of "Direct Air Capture" technologies.