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As more carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere, its potency as a greenhouse gas intensifies, potentially exacerbating global warming, said a recent study by a team of scientists from the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science.
The richest one per cent of the world's population emitted as much carbon in 2019 as the poorest two-thirds. With the UN climate summit looming, concerns mount over the achievability of the 1.5°C target for controlling global temperature rise, said new Oxfam report.
In a sobering revelation, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) released the Emissions Gap Report 2023, painting a dire picture of our planet's climate trajectory. With global temperatures and greenhouse gas emissions skyrocketing, the Broken Record report underscores the imperative for immediate and intensified climate action.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has issued a stark warning, stating that an additional $8 billion to $28 billion annually will be required to decarbonize the global shipping sector by 2050. Furthermore, substantial investments ranging from $28 billion to $90 billion annually will be necessary to develop infrastructure for 100% carbon-neutral fuels by the same deadline.
Methane emissions have emerged as a potent contributor to the climate crisis, prompting a growing interest in mitigating these emissions within crucial agricultural sectors.
Economic expansion and population growth are expected to drive higher demand for Road Freight, according to a recent study from the International Energy Agency. Moreover, the report finds that electric and fuel cell options are not always available or economically viable for the entire road freight sector.
In a groundbreaking study, researchers from Sweden, the United States, and China have unveiled a path towards carbon neutrality for dozens of European cities within the next decade. Their findings demonstrate that by integrating nature into urban infrastructure, cities can not only capture carbon emissions but also significantly reduce them.
In a new study, the researchers revealed that when global temperatures increase by four degrees Celsius, harmful plant emissions and dust will...
If you improve management practices in grasslands, then no doubt, you can boost the capacity of soils as carbon sinks, and help...
The investments made by just 125 billionaires emit 393 million tonnes of CO2e each year – the equivalent of France – at...