Electronic Medical Records Could Save U.S. Government $81 Bln/Year and Millions of Tons of...

It's a no-brainer that by eliminating paper usage, humanity would considerably reduce carbon dioxide emissions and will slow down deforestation. The health industry is one of the largest CO2 emitters in the U.S. just by the fact that it uses paper to keep medical records. A recent study has revealed that as much as 8 percent of the total U.S. greenhouse emissions could be avoided by transitioning to electronically-stored records.
The nation of Kiribati, made up of 33 islands and atolls, recently bought "agricultural parcels" on nearby Fiji, which is Gilbertese for "climate change refugee camp," I guess.

Coastal Residents Facing Climate Change – Fight or Flight?

By now, we can clearly see it's a fact that climate change is changing a lot of things and, at least for some, that...
coral bleaching

Climate Engineering Gives Hope for Coral Reefs

A team of researchers from around the world warn that the only way to save coral reefs is to use climate engineering. Coral reefs could...

4 Ways to Cut Energy Use Without Much Sacrifice

Fighting climate change sometimes seems to take a heavy toll on people. It often means driving less, turning down the air conditioner, or lowering...

What Determines The Outcome of Climate Negotiations

In 2009 in Copenhagen, countries agreed to emission reduction by year 2020. Until then, we will not know for certain whether the targets are...
Fish species dissapear with climate change

Food Favorites Set to Disappear Thanks to Climate Change

Menu favorites such as haddock and lemon sole may soon disappear from our plates thanks to warmer oceans. A new study published in Nature Climate...