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As international efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions stall, schemes to slow global warming using fantastical technologies once dismissed as a sideshow are getting serious consideration in Washington...Mirrored satellites designed to bounce
Far from offering a simple fix, sci-fi solutions to global warming may in fact make the problem worse, a probe on"geo-engineering" options said on Tuesday. Once mocked as unscientific, geo-engineering proposals are gaining traction as carbon
Greening deserts in Australia and North Africa with millions of trees would only have a modest impact on climate change, with potentially significant side-effects, new international research finds. The study by scientists at Germany's Helmholtz
A British Columbia company says a man involved in an ocean fertilization project lied about his credentials and is holding the scientific data hostage. The Haida Salmon Restoration Corp. alleges that U.S. businessman Russ George made false and
The two NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) maps below should be shocking even to a layman of meteorology. The map on top is for the period from February 19-23, the map below is for the period
Click to rate acdcguy, minnesota, United States, 40 minutes ago Probably used all the water cooling their nuclear reactors, you know , the ones they are not suppose to have............ Reply New Comment New Click to rate Valerie, Oregon USA, United
40 Washington: A new research by atmospheric scientists at the University of Washington suggests that spraying reflective particles into the atmosphere to reflect sunlight and then stopping it, could exacerbate the problem of climate change.
Professor of Atmospheric Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Kerry Emmanuel, professor of atmospheric science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology answered questions posed by the public on Reddit...Weather With computer
As cities confront global warming, how they cool their roofs reflecting sunlight or planting gardens could add to winter heating costs or even decrease rainfall in some regions, the study finds.
At least one economist , for example, says we can make a lot of progress if at least half the world agrees to put a price tag on the carbon we dump into the atmosphere. But some big-thinkers also see a grim, potentially dangerous world ahead one