Answer: it could lock away enough carbon to help them meet their emissions targets by century-end.
The commercially viable technique turns carbon dioxide back into solid carbon for building materials and other useful products.
Study underscores the power of top predators to shape ecosystems—even helping to keep them cool during heatwaves
The secret may lie in the temporo-parietal junction, the seat of our ability to imagine the lives of others—including people in the future
If 20% of Americans swapped red meat for poultry once a day, it would cut national dietary emissions by 10%
Switching shrimp with cod cut an individual’s greenhouse emissions by 34% and replacing dairy milk with soy cut emissions by 8%
Researchers were able to create plastics that are stiff or rubbery, and that performed as well, or even better, than commonly available plastics
Looking for ways to pay for forest restoration, scientists hit on a a creative strategy: support new markets for fuels and construction materials made from small trees and branches.
Garbage accounts for 8% of human-caused emissions of methane. A recent analysis found that switching to circular waste management could reduce emissions from garbage by as much as 88% by 2050.
A recent analysis found we could cut greenhouse gases associated with egg farming by more than half—and land use by almost 90%.
“The elephant in the room is the supply chain of fossil fuel-powered vehicles, not that of electric vehicles,” says lead researcher.