Humankind will need to harness carbon capture and storage technologies to help keep global warming to 2 degrees C or less.
People exposed to higher levels of air pollution are more likely to experience depression or die by suicide, finds a new analysis led by UCL.
They’re called “forever chemicals” because once they enter the human body, they remain there for decades.
Scientists believe they have found one of the key drivers behind a spike in global methane emissions in recent years.
In first-of-its-kind research, NOAA scientists and academic partners used 100 years of microscopic shells to show that the coastal waters off California are acidifying twice as fast as the global ocean average — with the seafood supply in the crosshairs.
The impact of an asteroid or comet is acknowledged as the principal cause of the mass extinction that killed off most dinosaurs and about three-quarters of the planet’s plant and animal species 66 million years ago.
Mini-microplastics uncovered in the stomachs of filter-feeding marine organisms.
Safe nuclear waste storage, new ways of generating and storing hydrogen, and technologies for capturing and reusing greenhouse gases are all potential spinoffs of a new study by University of Guelph researchers.
Modeling mercury release from soil erosion could help mine-heavy, deforested regions create helpful policies.
An international team co-led by an Oregon State University chemistry researcher has uncovered a better way to scrub carbon dioxide from smokestack emissions, which could be a key to mitigating global climate change.
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