Methane is a more potent greenhouse gas than CO2.
As CO2 emissions increase, flights will be bumpier too.
Welcome to Triassic Park, where the carbon pollution will kill you before the wildlife can.
CO2 emissions were stable worldwide in 2016 as the global economy grew.
Scientists are superheating this slice of land to see what will happen 100 years from now.
A new report explores the possibilities of using waste of all sorts—human, animal, and chemical—to power heating and transport.
New CO2 emission projections show that Canada, unlike its allies, has little hope of hitting the targets it agreed to in 2009.
Using data from NASA’s OCO-2 satellite, we now have a better picture of how CO2 moves around the Northern hemisphere.
The snag is how to actually take that raw material and process it.