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Could Small-Scale Nuclear Power Plants Be A Game-Changer?

tShare to facebooktShare to twittertShare to linkedinA big step for decreasing greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution came this week from Poland....

The Worst Offenders For Air Travel Emissions [Infographic]

tShare to facebooktShare to twittertShare to linkedinClimate activist groups such as Fridays for Future and the emergence of flygskram (Swedish for "flying...

Investors get lost in Big Oil’s carbon accounting maze

LONDON (Reuters) - Wide variations in the way oil companies report their efforts to reduce carbon emissions make it difficult to assess the risk...

Scientists Are Scared a ‘Rogue’ Country Could Start a Geoengineering War

Earth's temperatures are on track to blow past the objectives set in the Paris climate agreement. Last year was the fourth warmest on record...

We’re Starting to Figure Out Why There Are Mysterious Holes in...

The crust of floating ice that forms over Antarctica's Weddell Sea every winter is home to a baffling mystery. Every now and again, a...

Creating an AI can be five times worse for the planet...

Training artificial intelligence is an energy intensive process. New estimates suggest that the carbon footprint of training a single AI is as much...

What to Do About CO2? Try Stuffing It Into the Gulf...

What if Texas oilmen (oilfolks?) could save the planet from climate change? Hardy-har-har. Given that the Lone Star State ranks sixth in heat-trapping carbon...

How to Reduce Waste While Flying

Airlines produce a lot of garbage. Think about the plastic wraps covering your meal, your pair of headphones and blanket, as well as the...

In World First, Scientists Turn Carbon Dioxide Back Into Coal

When it comes to carbon capture and storage, researchers have been getting creative turning carbon dioxide into everything from CO to oxalic acid for...

New Paper Shows How Much Worse Organic Farming Can Be For...

Organic farming aims to maximise the 'natural' and minimise chemical interference when it comes to producing our food, but is it actually better for...