Arctic’s Melting Permafrost and Snow Release CO2 in Massive Amounts

Scientists studying global warming have taken a particular interest in the freshet, or flooding triggered by melting snow each spring in the arctic. These...

Stopping the desert

According to the UN, 24% of land globally is degrading and threatened with desrtification. Trends are only getting worse, considering climate change and mismanagement. The...

Old Trees Absorb More Carbon Than Their Young Neighbors, Study Says

A team of scientists from the University of Melbourne established that the older the tree gets, the more carbon it absorbs. The findings published...

Privatization of Water Supplies Might Limit Fundamental Human Rights

For many of us, availability of clean fresh water is a given. It is quite often difficult to comprehend how it could this ever...

Positive Effect of Increased Atmospheric CO2: More Green Desert Plants

The increasing concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has not only bad effects for the environment. A new study based on satellite data...
Bacteria and Climate Change

Acinetobacter Baumannii: the Climate Change-Stemmed Drug-Resistant Bacteria

Tom Patterson is an example of a person who was infected by a bacterium resistant to every antibiotic we know. Its name is Acinetobacter baumannii,...

Water Evaporation From Plants Helps Cool Down The Climate, Study Demonstrates

A team from the Carnegie Global Ecology department have recently concluded that water evaporation on Earth actually cools down the atmosphere and fights global...

New Research Shows Clear Connection Between Warmer Temperatures and Extreme Weather

A recent study of the Lorenz cycle has shed light on the complex interactions within the earth's atmosphere. The research has shown the based...

Growth of Electric and Hybrid Car Sales in Norway Surpassed 50% in 2017

OSLO, Norway — The sales of EV´s and hybrids made up 52% of all new car sales in 2017, up 12% from the previous year, according to the...

More Efficient Biomass Heater from Japanese Scientists

East Asian countries have an abundance of low efficiency, high carbon dioxide emitting heating sources. The Japanese scientists are working to develop new heating systems, with less harmful environmental impact.