‘Organic no-till’ combines best of two methods and sequesters most carbon. But can it work consistently?
Rising sea levels and extreme storms could displace 480,000 people and damage businesses and airports, a new study says.
Until recently, its vast forests vacuumed up carbon dioxide. Now that process has been thrown in reverse.
EarthTalk: Scientists study ways to pull greenhouse gases out of our atmosphere, but the idea is controversial.
EarthTalk: The answer lies in the difference between ‘climate’ and ‘weather.’
The region that produces 95 percent of the country’s wheat is facing its worst drought in 50 years.
EarthTalk: If you said ‘volcanoes,’ guess again. Here’s why.
Dissolved in water and pumped underground, CO2 becomes limestone.
One possibility: Industrial emitters of CO2 partner with landowners to plant forests.
By tracking specific origins of moisture, scientists can better predict regional rain and snowfall.
Scientists see a trend in longer dry spells and winter snowpacks melting earlier than in the past.
Shrinking glaciers mean longer hikes to water flocks
Accomplished and outspoken, they’re likely to tackle climate change head-on.
Acidification caused by carbon emissions could bring some oceans to a tipping point.
Its new emissions plan aims to cut each Californian's carbon 'footprint' from 14 tons to 10 tons a year by 2020.
Twenty-eight green groups compile 359 pages of suggestions, hoping for a green revival post-Bush.
Talks start Monday in Poland for a post-Kyoto climate treaty.
Experts fear the credit crunch will discourage governments worldwide from turning to taxpayers for assistance in climate-change efforts.
Unique ‘fingerprints’ of coal beds will help scientists track airborne toxin – and agree on controls.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (r.) and his foreign minister, Franco Frattini, spoke to the media Wednesday at an EU environmental conference in Brussels.