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Cutting edge carbon capture technology is having quite the year so far as UK scientists said they have developed a "metal-organic framework" that works like a sponge, absorbing carbon dioxide from high pressure emissions.
The latest episode in the American Chemical Society's (ACS) award-winning "Global Challenges/Chemistry Solutions" podcast series puts forth the reassuring finding that concerns about global warming having a domino effect — unleashing 600 billion tons of carbon in vast expanses of peat in the Northern hemisphere and accelerating warming to disastrous proportions — may be less justified than previously thought.
Plants are good for the planet because, among other things, they help offset the effects of global climate change.
Australian research institute CSIRO launched a new website on Monday that allows Internet users to monitor greenhouse gas emissions.
So you're a manufacturer about to introduce a new consumer product to the marketplace. Will that product or the manufacture of the product contribute to global warming through the greenhouse effect?
Scientists at the University of Calgary have found that methane emission by plants could be a bigger problem in global warming than previously thought.
Carbon dioxide is only one of the greenhouse gases that make scientists stay up at night. Methane and nitrogen trifluoride are increasing which makes scientists worry about increasing global warming.
New measurements released on Thursday show that levels of a powerful greenhouse gas are four times as high as previously thought.
Russian oil company Rosneft and The World Bank have signed an emission reduction purchase agreement for emission reduction units accumulated as a part of the associated gas utilization project at Rosneft's Komsomolskoye oil field in the Yamal-Nenez autonomous region of Russia.
Two of the most important Greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere reached a record high in 2006, and measurements show that one - carbon dioxide - is playing an increasingly important role in global warming, the U.N. weather agency said Friday.
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