The world set a scary new record last month: Wildfires around the world pumped out more carbon dioxide than ever before ... shocking about the fires in the northern hemisphere is, well, everything.
There’s new evidence, this time from the Southern Hemisphere, that human activities altered Earth’s atmosphere long before ...
The United Nations Climate Change Conference, or Cop26, in Glasgow is less than two weeks away. Join the protests, rage at ...
Carbon emissions from the wildfires that have ravaged southeast ... fluctuate throughout the year due to weather patterns in the Northern Hemisphere. But the annual trend is inexorably upwards, with ...
The Northern Hemisphere was largely ice-free 4 myr ago followed by an acceleration of global temperature decline at ~3.6 myr ago, with continental ice sheets developing on northern hemisphere ...
Growth in northern hemisphere forests has helped offset ... according to a 2007 World Bank report. Trees capture carbon dioxide by taking it into their cells through photosynthesis.
Alarm bells are ringing across the northern hemisphere. The forecast is for more ... This is to comply with a safety limit for CO2 in the atmosphere. Stable at 280 parts per million (ppm) for ...
In the Northern Hemisphere, anthropogenic pollution has greatly ... rendering them more vulnerable to forest fires, which dump more soot and carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, making everything worse ...
The northern hemisphere mostly lies at a lower elevation ... These are made of solid carbon dioxide, also known as "dry ice," which has condensed from carbon dioxide gas in the atmosphere.
But the energy price spike is here, and it could worsen as we enter the heating season in the northern hemisphere between ... The Billingham plant makes carbon dioxide (CO2)—an essential supply ...
Whereas the former seeks to store and ideally permanently remove (sequester) carbon from the atmosphere, the latter captures carbon dioxide for use in e.g. industrial processes. Recently ...