Carbon dioxide to coal – New Technology Shows Promise
New innovative approach to greenhouse gas – CO2 to coal
Recently, a new technique has been developed by the research team led by Australia’s RMIT University that can effectively convert CO2 to coal. Published in the “Nature Communications” journal, the research demonstrates an alternative approach for permanently and safely removing the greenhouse . . .
Top ways to raise climate change awareness
Reviewing climate change awareness activities
Although everyone can do his/her own part to reduce carbon footprint, a lot more can be done if he/she doesn’t work alone. By working to spread climate change awareness, other people can also be convinced to do their part in order to save the world. Here’re some major climate change awareness activities tha . . .
Is climate change promoting polar bear cannibalism?
Reviewing key connection between polar bears and climate change
Polar bear cannibalism, typically the predation of cubs or small bears by adult males has become more commonplace than previously thought – an article published in the journal Arctic revealed. The gruesome behavior was observed by Jenny Ross, an environmental photojournalist, in Olgastretet. . . .
Things to know about Fourth National Climate Assessment
Top alarming health effects of climate change
The NCA4 or Fourth National Climate Assessment is a congressionally mandated report that runs more than 1000 pages. The NOAA or National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration served as the convener of over 300 federal and other agencies. Thousands of climate scientists, individuals, and public policy experts c . . .
Why are glaciers disappearing from the world?
Reviewing reasons behind melting glaciers
While the phenomenon of glacier melting is normal and many people across the globe depend on this occurrence for survival, in the recent past, scientists have observed that glaciers are melting at a more than normal speed. Over the past few decades, many glaciers have melted so quickly that they’ve disappeared fr . . .