Under international climate treaties such as the Paris Agreement, burning biomass like wood is defined as carbon-neutral, even though it emits as least as much carbon as fossil fuels.
Experts agree that flammable ice could be a game changer for the energy industry, similar to the U.S. shale boom.
An area of forest more than half the size of Australia has been discovered, dotted across several continents. The amount discovered is equivalent to 60 percent of the size of Australia and has increased the estimate of global forest coverage by 10 percent.
The ice sheets of central Antarctica have been stable for millions of years when conditions were warmer than now, new research has found.
The Global Warming Policy Foundation will screen the UK premiere of the award-winning film The Uncertainty Has Settled in London in May.
Britain’s newest fusion reactor has been fired up and taken the UK one step further towards generating electricity from the power of the stars.
The faith leaders’ claim that the U.S. International Affairs Budget has cut global poverty in half grossly overstates what government aid alone can accomplish.
1) Paris Climate Accord Is A Dead Deal Walking As $100 Billion Climate Fund Disappears The American Interest, 11 April 2017 Shocking news—the magic $100 billion climate fund appears not to be taking shape! First world donors have been busily relabeling other foreign aid as contributions to the climate kitty. For developing countries, this is a…
1) EPA Chief Scott Pruitt Calls For U.S. To Exit Paris Climate Agreement The Washington Post, 14 April 2017 President Trump’s top environment official called for an “exit” from the historic Paris agreement Thursday, the first time such a high-ranking administration official has so explicitly disavowed the agreement endorsed by nearly 200 countries to fight climate…