Fuel From Greenhouse Gases Converted From Underwater Solar Cells
Engineers from Stanford reinvent anti-corrosive silicon solar cells to make artificial photosynthesis underwater possible.
Betting Against Predictive Climate Change Models Might Not Be A Smart Move
Based on the ample information and studies that already exist should convince world leaders to attend the Paris talks prepared with a strong plan of action.
Climate change may be affecting more animal species than presumed
Climate change may affect animals which are not under conservation priorities, a new study reveals.
Bison sizes linked to climate change: Study
Soaring temperatures are causing bison to get smaller, a new study suggests.
Moving away from cities and farms, animals seek cooler climates
Animals leave cities and farms in the search for cooler, more comfortable climates, a new study reveals.
Antarctica ice sheets melting from the bottom up
Warm oceans appear to be the main cause of the melting of Antarctic ice sheets, not icebergs, causing them to melt from the bottom up. The melting is also highly uneven, predominantly found in smaller sheets.
Stalagmites tell tale of 100,000 years of climate change
Stalagmites from a cave in Borneo reveal a record of 100,000 years of climate change, and they show differences from similar measurements taken from caves in nearby China.
Coconuts for electricity? The Lakshadweep islands are nuts about green energy
The Lakshadweep Islands have a new fuel to power their electical generators - coconuts. It may seem like a plan straight out of 'Gilligan's Island,' but such an idea will save money and the environment.
Global warming shown in data from 19th century expedition
The HMS Challenger set sail during 1872 on the world's first scientific mission to explore life beneath the surface of the oceans. As part of their research, the crew of Challenger lowered thermometers hundreds of feet beneath the ocean's surface. Examination of data from that four-year-long scientific mission lends evidence supporting a rise in global sea temperatures since that time.
Climate Change Responsible For Human Culture?
Is ancient change in temperature responsible for the development of tools and human culture? New research says yes.
Proba-V Space Camera Launched Into Deforestation Problem
The satellite will photograph all vegetation worldwide every two days.
Is Global Warming Slowing Down?
According to a recent study by experts from numerous countries around the world, global warming may be slowing down.
Heat-Wave Deaths In New York May Double By Turn Of Century
A new study projects higher death toll in New York City due to extreme hot weather conditions brought about by climate change.
Climate Change Revealed In Glacier's Role In Sea Level Rise
Measurements from space may help pinpoint effects of climate change at home