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Indonesia has promised to become a world leader in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
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According to a study released on Sunday, global warming is driving forest fires in northern latitudes to burn more frequently and fiercely.
Carbon monoxide trapped in ice cores reveals unexpected trends regarding burning biomass.
Greenhouse plant growers can substitute rice hulls for perlite in their media without the need for an increase in growth regulators, according to a Purdue University study.
A modest moss gives insight into global carbon cycling.
Seventy-five per cent of the world's heather moorlands are in the UK. However, pollution, overgrazing and wild fires have damaged large areas.
Researchers in the UK use images from earth and space to reveal peatland surface patterns.
The surprising increase in methane concentrations millennia ago, identified in continental glacier studies, has puzzled researchers for a long time.
The Spanish government is hoping to save a dried wetland from an underground peat fire by unleashing floodwaters onto an expanse of the marsh now under threat due to past water mismanagement.