Everything in China happens at scale. That can be good. . .or bad for the world’s carbon budget.
When researchers factored in land use, they found pasture-finished beef was significantly more carbon-intensive than the grain-finished alternative.
A new analysis of polling data and an Electoral College simulator show that even though climate change isn’t voters’ top issue, it has amassed enough power to tip elections
Scientists are trying to pull methane from thin air to make CO2. It’s a surprisingly good idea.
CO2 takes different forms in acidic and alkaline solutions. This super-fast new carbon-removal technique takes advantage of that by switching acidity on and off using light.
Forget energy independence. The secret to a renewable grid lies in transcontinental electricity trading.
In a first, researchers show how renewable energy can be 100% reliable and economically feasible through transcontinental power pools—no long-term storage required.
Some researchers believe replacing human workers with AI has a climate upside. Others think the low-carbon solution is to hit the off switch.
Using synthetic biology, scientists have designed a pathway to convert CO2 into valuable industrial chemicals. . . and it is far faster than the ways plants fix carbon
It looks like milk. It tastes like milk. But the ingredients include pineapple juice and cabbage concentrate—brought to you by a team of biochemists and computer scientists.