Unchecked carbon emissions could jeopardize plants, animals ...
Unchecked carbon emissions could jeopardize plants, animals in world's most vital habitats.
If carbon emissions continue to rise unchecked, half of the plant and animal species in the worldâ€™s m...[Read More]
Simple Animated Video: What is a carbon footprint? What can ...
This short and fun video explains what a carbon footprint is and how you can reduce yours to minimise your impact on the planet. Share to help educate everyone on how to lessen impacts of climate chan...[Read More]
According to experts, Chinese coal actually emits less carbon dioxide than coal in the West, 40 percent less. Researchers say the revised numbers allow China to have a more accurate base line to work ...[Read More]
Reducing CO2 emissions from industry - Dr Tamaryn Napp
Dr Tamaryn Napp discusses global industrial carbon emissions and how they could be reduced.
Find out more about our climate mitigation research at http://www.imperial.ac.uk/grantham/our-work/mitigati...[Read More]
Compelling video by IPRC researchers explaining the process of ocean acidification and presenting projected effects of acidification in the Southern Ocean up to the year 2100, if current carbon emissi...[Read More]
8 Kids Successfully Sued Government To Force Climate Change ...
8 youngsters won their lawsuit against the state of Washington which alleged that the State Department of Ecology was not upholding it's responsibilities to protect it's natural resources. Judge Holli...[Read More]
The benefits of cutting carbon emissions - University of Rea...
University of Reading-led research suggests that strict controls on carbon emissions could prevent two-thirds of some of the effects of climate change by the end of the century.
The research was pub...[Read More]
Climate Change Deal: China and U.S. Agree to Cut Down Carbon...
Nov. 12: China and the U.S. pledged to make deep cuts in greenhouse-gas emissions. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports.
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Nearly 200 countries committed to a global climate deal last month. It was a major breakthrough for the environmental community and other advocates, and alongside the state leaders agreements, there w...[Read More]
The case for urgent and radical carbon emission reductions
2014 SGR Conference "Living within environmental limits: From science to practice"
Halton Mill, Halton, Lancaster, UK; Saturday 4 October
Presenter: Dr Maria Sharmina, Tyndall Centre for Climate Chan...[Read More]