Magma transports carbon dioxide stored in the Earth’s mantle to volcanoes, where it is released into the atmosphere.
The carbon dioxide utilisation technology from RMIT researchers is designed to be smoothly integrated into existing industrial processes.
Earth’s ozone layer is critical to protecting us from cancer-causing ultraviolet light from the sun
Permafrost researchers analyse the drivers of rapidly changing Arctic coasts and the implications for humans and environment
New research from NOAA and CIRES finds that wildfire smoke is much more widespread and plays a much bigger role in contributing to ozone pollution than previously thought.
Modelling studies highlight the urgent need to improve air quality in cities and reduce exposure to pollution, particularly among children and the elderly.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels today are higher than at any point in the past 800,000 years or more.
The reversible reactions can absorb energy in the form of heat and subsequently conserve energy that would otherwise be lost.
The waters circling Antarctica absorb more carbon from the atmosphere than they release, serving as a strong carbon sink and an important buffer for greenhouse gas emissions.
Carbon dioxide can be harvested from smokestacks and used to create commercially valuable chemicals thanks to a novel compound developed by a scientific collaboration led by an Oregon State University researcher.
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