carbon dioxide

 
Woody plants on the march: Trees and shrubs are encroaching across Africa
Woody plants on the march: Trees and shrubs are encroaching across Africa
Forests are being cleared by humans at an alarming rate. Since 2000,
Global warming reduces protein in key crops: study
Global warming reduces protein in key crops: study
Rising carbon dioxide levels from global warming will drastically reduce the amount of protein in staple crops like rice and wheat, leaving...
New tech to suck carbon out of the atmosphere
New tech to suck carbon out of the atmosphere
Humanity is pumping too much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. It’s trapping heat and warming the planet at a rate that will make life...
Local companies doing little to lower carbon emissions
Local companies doing little to lower carbon emissions
The top 100 companies on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in this year's Carbon Disclosure Project were lauded for...
Rise in carbon level reaches two-million-year high
Rise in carbon level reaches two-million-year high
The world has passed a critical threshold in the struggle to keep greenhouse gas emissions at a level that humans can survive.
Commodifying carbon a real option
Commodifying carbon a real option
It also makes business sense.
Carbon dioxide 'driving fish mad'
Carbon dioxide 'driving fish mad'
Rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the oceans are affecting the brains and central nervous systems of fish, literally driving them crazy, it was...
CO2 curbs may be too late for reefs, study warns
CO2 curbs may be too late for reefs, study warns
A new global deal on climate change will come too late to save most of the world's coral reefs, according to a United States study that suggests...
Could 'scrubber' help slow global warming?
Could 'scrubber' help slow global warming?
It has long been the holy grail for those who believe that technology can save us from catastrophic climate change: a device that can "suck" carbon...

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