EPA has included a comparison of NOAA’s atmospheric emission estimates of four HFCs to its own inventory-based estimates in the just-released U.S. Inventory of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks
A team of scientists led by the University of East Anglia (UEA) has made a major breakthrough in detecting changes in fossil fuel carbon dioxide emissions more quickly and frequently.
With the climate crisis continuing to tighten its grip, nations around the world are making efforts to reduce emissions of climate warming gases.
The Texas A&M-owned van is equipped with a highly sensitive instrument that allows it to detect a wide range of chemical pollutants and offer real-time results.
Around 180,000 avoidable deaths over 14 years in fast-growing tropical cities were caused by a rapid rise in emerging air pollution, a study led by researchers at UCL and the University of Birmingham has revealed.
Carbon dioxide levels also record a big jump
Nine out of 10 people in the world breathe air that exceeds the World Health Organization’s guidelines for air pollution.
A new study by scientists Kaitlin Naughten and Paul Holland from British Antarctic Survey (BAS) provides the first evidence that rising greenhouse gases have a long-term warming effect on the Amundsen Sea in West Antarctica.
For the first time, researchers have spotted short-term, regional fluctuations in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) across the globe due to emissions from human activities.
Instead of prioritising energy-efficient, sustainable sea transport, the focus is often on satisfying commercial interests when planning shipping routes.
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