The outbreak could also complicate the rollout of an airline emissions trading program
Curtailed travel could temporarily lower emissions, but increased home energy use might offset that
As oceans heat up, the ubiquitous noise of snapping shrimp should increase, posing issues for other species and human seagoing ventures.
Solar panels floating in reservoirs and other water bodies could meet substantial energy demand
In an example of how sea noise can harm species, exposed shore crabs changed camouflaging color sluggishly and were slower to flee from simulated predators.
While he opposed the Paris climate agreement, Representative Mark Meadows has signaled support for renewables and a possible carbon tax
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Despite their immensity, the seas will be irreversibly depleted of life if nothing changes
The famous pink blooms in Washington, D.C., are responding to an unusually warm winter on the East Coast
Methane can be captured from human and animal waste and energy and heating
As the region warms, ignorance about creatures ranging from plankton to whales leaves them vulnerable to human activities
Such an extreme fire season is at least 30 percent more likely because of global warming, a new analysis finds
The infestation is the worst U.N. officials say they have seen in 25 years, despite chemical spraying to combat the insects
Studies on very old vegetation in the Amazon basin show active management hundreds of years ago on species such as Brazil nut and cocoa trees.
Here are a few brief reports about science and technology from around the world, including one from off the California coast about the first heart rate measurement done on a blue whale.
Researchers also calculated the carbon footprints for online and in-person shopping
While the changes are not yet permanent, they provide a glimpse into a possible future
Increasing or decreasing the altitude of aircraft by a few thousand feet to avoid thin layers of humidity could make a major reduction to contrails’ contribution to climate change...
To avoid disruptions that could lead to conflict and displacement, the world must rapidly reach net-zero emissions, a new report says
Estimates of methane coming from natural sources have been too high, shifting the burden to human activities