Australian company fined $500,000 for illegally importing a synthetic greenhouse gas that is thousands of times worse than carbon dioxide in its contribution to global warming.
It’s official: carbon dioxide set an all-time monthly record. A sobering reminder that humans are pushing the climate into a state unseen in millions of years.
The reign of record hot months in 2016 continues, with last month claiming the title of hottest July on record globally, according to data released by NASA on Monday.
We probably have only about a decade before we break through the ambitious 1.5℃ global warming target agreed to by the world’s nations in Paris.
The past 11 months have been the hottest such months in 135 years of record keeping.
It’s official: 2015 was the hottest year on record, beating out 2014 by the widest margin in 136 years of record keeping.
Engineers at Stanford University have discovered how to use the sun’s energy to combine water and CO2 to create chemical products.
Yet another record-breaking month has raised the odds that this year will be the hottest one humanity has ever experienced.
TransCanada Corp. has asked the State Department to suspend its review of the company’s permit application for its controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
To limit global warming to 2C we can’t emit more than another trillion tonnes of greenhouse gases. Burning fossil fuels is a major source.