The United States led the world in tackling CO2 emissions last year while combining that singular success with solid economic growth, a new report reveals. It has also been confirmed while the U.S. was hitting its climate goals, at the…
More than half of all air-quality-related early deaths in the United States are a result of emissions originating outside of the state in which those deaths occur, researchers report.
Occidental Petroleum Corp., the Texas shale titan, is trying to transform itself into a “carbon manager.” In the past two years, it has invested in an array of enterprises aimed at cutting carbon from factories, power plants and the atmosphere itself.
Sina, aged 14, used to be active as a spokesperson for Fridays for Future in a city in the German state of North-Rhine Westphalia. But she quickly became disenchanted by the movement’s “cult-like” structures that did not tolerate questions. Recently she…
(DOE/Sandia National Laboratories) Sandia National Laboratories senior scientist Tina Nenoff was elected by her peers a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for the advancement of science ‘in service to society’ and ‘for outstanding accomplishments in nanoporous materials and technology through research and group effort leadership, particularly in ion and gas separations for energy and environmental applications.’
A recent study suggests that if global warming can be restricted to 2 degrees Celcius, the costs of climate damage control will also decrease. A recent study by a group of Postdam scientists has found that the Paris Agreement apart…
(Southwest Research Institute) Southwest Research Institute is now the home of a reciprocating compressor flow loop that is capable of recreating real-life gas pipeline pressures, temperatures and horsepower levels. The flow loop is one of only a handful of its kind available for industry research, development and testing and will play a central role in an ongoing SwRI project to reduce methane emissions.
World Economic Forum's 'Global Risks Report 2020' and UN's 'Global Economic Prospects' claim extreme weather and loss in biodiversity will disrupt the global economy
Global temperatures will continue to rise over the next decade and will reach a critical milestone in the 2030s, two of the U.S. government’s leading climate scientists said yesterday.
Michael Bloomberg wants a do-over on buildings.