New York is Building a Wall to Hold Back the Ocean

https://youtu.be/A9asEJokafM When Superstorm Sandy slammed into the East Coast in 2012, New York City was devastated. Winds blew in at 80 mph, and storm surges...

FermentAlg: Algae-Powered Lamp That Provides Light and Absorbs Carbon Dioxide

While urban planners and city officials are debating over what is better- planting trees alongside roads to absorb carbon dioxide or making more space...

Atmospheric CO2 and Methane Levels Continue to Rise

Scientists at the European Space Agency (ESA) claim that levels of carbon dioxide and methane in the atmosphere have keept rising at a steady rate...

Good News: 2012 Antarctic Ozone Hole Area 2nd Smallest For the Past 20 Years

According to the ozone monitoring data of NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the average area Antarctic ozone hole this year is...

Crops Affected by Water Shortage, not Climate Warming

Professor Graeme Hammer, a leading Australian crop scientist at The University of Queensland, developed a complex model which explains how agricultural crop yield will...

Carbon Footprint of California’s Manufacturing Industry More Accurately Calculated

The state of California hired a team of researchers from Ecofys and Northwestern University, and the University of California, Berkeley to develop science-based methods...

IEA: Waiting for Carbon Emissions Agreement Until 2020 Could Have Grave Climate Consequences

If governments wait for 2020 to renew the international agreement for carbon emissions and climate change, meeting the 2 degrees target will become impossible. The...
Climate Change is Affecting the Earth Right Here, Pretty Much All Over

Climate Change Increasing Frequency and Severity of Climate Anomalies

As weather extremes continue to batter and baffle us, climate change deniers continue to point to them, especially cold-weather events, to paint global warming...

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...

Public Perception of Climate Change the Biggest Obstacle in Affecting Change

According to a 2007 MIT study, one of the most prevalent myths is that climate change is reversible. The MIT study Understanding Public Complacency About...