When lockdowns during the coronavirus pandemic cut local nitrogen oxide emissions, the effect on ozone pollution was global and unexpectedly rapid.
Such detailed maps could help policymakers choose the most effective ways of cutting carbon emissions.
NOAA and Boeing are teaming up to evaluate the best placement for a NOAA greenhouse gas sampling system on a commercial jet by testing options on a new Boeing 737 as part of Boeing’s 2021 ecoDemonstrator flying test bed program.
Researchers are using satellite data to locate small mines that can cause long-term damage to forest communities and human health.
Changes in environment, government policy, technology and more have increased interest in carbon farming, Texas A&M AgriLife experts say.
The Annual Greenhouse Gas Index is updated each spring after nearly all the air samples collected during the previous year have been obtained and analyzed.
The West Coast continental shelf is known to host methane bubble streams, formerly thought to be rare.
The Brazilian Amazon rainforest released more carbon than it stored over the last decade – with degradation a bigger cause than deforestation – according to new research.
A study finds that nearly all major emissions categories contribute to the systemic air pollution exposure disparity experienced by people of color.
From warmer ocean temperatures to longer and more intense droughts and heat waves, climate change is affecting our entire planet.
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