Capturing carbon with machines is a failure—so why are we subsidizing...
Policymakers are pouring money into techno-fixes to solve the climate crisis, even though scientific studies indicate nature-based solutions are all-around more effective.
Biggest polluters linked to worsening wildfires in Western US and Canada
Emissions from these top fossil fuel producers and cement manufacturers could also be linked to about 50% of increasing drought and high fire-risk conditions in the same area since 1901.
Scientists have now linked worsening Western wildfires to top polluters
“This study represents a significant breakthrough in attribution science — directly linking wildfire destruction in a specific region to the largest global carbon producers.”
Climate change could turn a carbon sink into a carbon bomb
There is some debate as to whether this thawing of permafrost in peatland ecosystems is “a long freight train moving slowly as it unloads its greenhouse gases" or a carbon bomb about to blow as the train careens off the tracks.
CO2 storage plans risk leaving future generations with ‘carbon bombs’, energy...
Many climate plans rely on carbon capture and storage in some capacity to limit warming. But Chevron’s latest struggles with an Australian project cast doubt on CCS as a reliable solution.
Eliminating emissions by 2050 could save 74 million lives
“One key takeaway is that there are a significant number of lives that can be saved by reducing emissions.”
Trump’s drilling leases on public lands could release 4.7b metric tons...
A national conservation group revealed Wednesday that President Donald Trump's drilling leases on public lands could lead to the release of more...
Scientists’ urge international body to protect and regrow forests as a...
"...our message as scientists is simple: Our planet's future climate is inextricably tied to the future of its forests."
The trick to make capitalism help solve climate change
The best step any nation can take toward mitigating climate change is a revenue-neutral carbon fee. Here’s how it works.
World’s first commercial carbon sucking machine turns greenhouse gas into fertilizer
“It is clear today that we won't be able to achieve zero gigatonnes by the end of the century without the use of carbon removal technologies.”
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