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A new study finds that if the EU pursues ambitious climate action, Russian gas supplies become more or less irrelevant to the bloc by 2030.
The findings, from an extensive survey of soil studies, draws a questions mark over carbon estimates that are used in some IPCC reports.
The remarkably simple new technology could lower the cost of owning a climate-friendly HVAC system and increase its adoption
Scientists searched for projects that simultaneously benefit nature and human health. They wound up with a Yelp-like rating system for 46 strategies.
It’s going to require some combination of uncertain technological advances and just plain flying less
In a surprising twist, researchers calculated that diverting EU sugar cropland to other uses yielded big carbon reductions—in Brazil.
Technology to make carbon-neutral kerosene has moved out of the lab and into a real-world demonstration, hinting at the future of solar jet fuels
Vanilla farms help boost the number of species found on land previously cleared for agriculture in Madagascar, scientists find.
In a new study, scientists calculated the heavy burden that space tourism could place on the climate and the atmosphere
Under a full electrification scenario in the US, 4.4 million hectares of land could be saved (mostly in Brazil, China and India), and the CO2 emissions of all gas cars in the US could be halved.