Professor Anthony O’Mullane said the potential for the chemical storage of renewable energy in the form of hydrogen was being investigated around the world.
Odds are rising that warm, dry conditions – the kind that can hurt crop yields, destabilize food prices and exacerbate wildfires – will strike multiple regions at once.
Ancient wildfires played a crucial role in the formation and spread of grasslands like those that now cover large parts of the Earth.
The new research documents how the North Atlantic communicates these extreme events to Antarctica, at the opposite side of the world.
As demand for meat and dairy products increases across the world, much attention has landed on how livestock impact the environment, from land usage to greenhouse gas emissions.
The complex network of interdependencies between plants and animals multiplies the species at risk of extinction due to environmental change, according to a JRC study.
The nutritional qualities of shellfish could be significantly reduced by future ocean acidification and warming, a new study suggests.
UVic geography professor Johan Feddema’s life-long academic interest in the interactions between human activity and the earth’s surface and climate didn’t start in a lab but in a graveyard.
A team of scientists have discovered that the exchange of water between the North and South Atlantic became significantly larger fifty-nine million years ago.
Global emissions are on the rise as national commitments to combat climate change come up short.
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