CO2 emissions from energy rose by 1.1 percent in 2023, increasing by 410 million tons to a record 37.4 billion tons, slowing down from a gain of 490 million tons in 2022, the IEA said in its annual update on emissions.
Global Leaders Should Listen To Health Workers Facing Climate Change, Says The Geneva Learning Foundation
The Geneva Learning Foundation's journey began when thousands of health workers participating in its programs shared their concern that climate change is damaging the health of communities. The World Health Organization echoes this sentiment: Climate change poses an unprecedented challenge to health systems worldwide.
Dr. Sailesh Rao, founder and executive director of lifestyle transformation and environmental restoration nonprofit Climate Healers, participated in a debate held by the historic Oxford Union Society on Nov. 30, with the proposition, "This House Would Go Vegan".
Every morning, Jordanian farmer Ali Saleh Atta swallows two cloves of garlic with a cup of olive oil before heading out to check on his ancient olive trees.
Microplastics From Strawberries? Production Of Popular Fruit Contributes To Plastic Pollution, Researchers Find
"(T)his shows that even something as delicious as fresh strawberries can come with a cost to the environment," presenting author Ekta Tiwari noted.
A satellite image from NASA's satellite shows smoke from the Canadian wildfires already over Spain and Portugal.
At the current rate, humanity will need almost two planets to sustain the current global population.
The new Vanilla orchid species looks lovely, but it resides in a rather hostile environment.
A "perfect storm" of conditions evidently led to the low oxygen conditions that killed thousands of fish.
Sargassum seaweed recently wreaked havoc along Florida beaches.
The historic summit on May 29, 1953, was many years in the making, and it completely changed the field of mountaineering.
A visit to the seaside is widely promoted as a health treatment among the wealthy.
Plastic waste is notoriously known for not decomposing, or taking even hundreds of years to do so.
A short video comprising images taken by the satellite shows the planet shifting from day to night.
The mysterious swirls in satellite images are actually pine pollen over the Baltic Sea.
Not All Electricity Is Created The Same: How New York Buildings Can Meet Carbon Standards With 'Good' Kilowatts
Distinguishing between good and bad kilowatts in carbon reporting along with increased tax incentives for buildings that install storage systems is probably the most significant way we will really reduce the huge carbon footprint of buildings.
The view is "considerably greener and more colorful" than last year.
Restoring animals may actually help capture and store carbon, researchers have found.
Wynne was among the places particularly hit hard by tornados.
The tornadoes left a devastating trail of destruction.
The plants catch and digest insects using their sticky leaves so as to compensate for the nutrient deficiency of the substrate that they're growing in.
California residents may need to brace themselves for more rain this week.
Now in its 12th year, International Polar Bear Day, established by Polar Bear International, aims at the conservation of these mammals.
It's about twice the size of New York City.
'The debate on questioning the wise nature of humans is already ongoing," lead researcher Halil Ibrahimi says.
Exxon Campaigned Against Global Warming Despite Internal Research Accurately Predicting Future Calamity
A new study shows that internal research conducted by ExxonMobil accurately predicted the future effects of global warming.
The concentrations were higher indoors than outdoors.
Sneaker waves can reportedly "surge further up the beach than expected, overtaking the unaware."
Be it with lightbulbs or streaming online, a few small changes in the everyday life can go a long way in terms of conserving energy.
Various satellites have caught a glimpse of the Mauna Loa eruption in Hawaii.
Wet diets have a "significantly greater impact on the environment," the researchers found.
If the ants manage to reach the water, there will be pandemonium.
When a stray berg enters the Drake Passage, it is pulled away from the Antarctic and directed towards warmer waters where they end in a watery grave.
"Major dams represent major barriers for platypus movements," the researchers noted.