Climate Change News News Archive
Drop-in biofuels are the only possible alternative to conventional jet fuels to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The variations in the oxygen amount shape the course of life on Earth and made life forms possible to survive in the planet.
Diatoms decrease photosynthesis and respiration to save energy as they grow at the same rate and only if there are no other limitations.
Climate warming makes ocean hold less oxygen stressing marine species to look for places which are well-oxygenated still.
Crops reduce nitrogen content and protein as CO2 levels increase rapidly in the atmosphere.
Scientists speak-out about the significance of resolving issues on oil sands resource and encourage the international public to start this global standpoint.
The new tool helps in protecting lives, commerce and the nation's energy supply.
Land management practices have a large influence on the magnitude of soil carbon loss which needs thorough understanding on the practices to retain the carbon.
A Filipino film director creates a movie reminding people, not only about the tragedy that greatly affected the Philippines, but also to give full awareness on how to be prepared and recover from any unexpected environmental disaster.
Exposure to oxygen is much more important factor in releasing vast amount of CO2 from peatlands than the rising global temperatures.
S. trenchii improve the resilience of corals but it may affect ecosystem stability and function.
There is a need to evaluate our understanding of model representation of forest ecosystem in response to future climates.
Local councils must redesign sewage and road infrastructure, and update guidelines where to build homes safely to avoid the destructive forces of flash floods.
Researchers must focus more on the anomalous years of very low sea ice or very high melt and its impact on sea levels.
Species will migrate to cooler waters to satisfy their oxygen and energetic requirements disrupting ecosystems and dispacing native habitats.
The rate of warming increases since the last half of 20th century and not plateaued as thought.