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A new paper argues that industrial waste from steel and aluminum production and coal burning could be used to sequester atmospheric carbon.
Most of us don’t think of food waste as a cause of global warming, but it’s a significant one that also contributes to world hunger.
Those used CDs & DVDs you have laying around the house could be used to capture carbon dioxide, according to a new paper from the American Chemical Society.
What is the best way to deal with green waste? Burning? Composting? Recycling? May be the best answer is creating less of it?
Renewable natural gas may sound misleading, but it’s another term for energy extracted from decomposing organic matter rather than fracked earth.
Rep. Mike Honda of California argues that 21st-century students deserve access to the latest science, including climate change facts.
While the EPA’s Clean Power Plan won’t solve climate change, it will go a long ways towards reducing US carbon emissions. Support it by adding your testimony.
The Sunshine State isn’t taking advantage of the energy in that sunshine. Help push for more solar power in Florida with the Rally for Clean Energy.
The Earth Policy Institute pulls together a collection of alarming climate change facts that illustrate the need to move away from fossil fuels.
Forests are an important barrier to the release of excessive greenhouse gases, and greater levels of global climate change.
I have no doubt that climatology is a challenging field in and of itself, but climate scientists – particularly those focused on global warming – also have to deal with consistent attempts to undermine their credibility. They’re just following the “consensus” (which, ya know, didn’t actually result from empirical evidence) because it’ll get them grants, […]
The University of East Anglia has teamed up with Google to make surface temperature data easily accessible. If you’ve ever wondered how much global warming has raised local temperatures in your area or elsewhere…