The economics of slashing carbon emissions look significantly better than they did only a few years ago.
Trees actually grow faster as they get older, making them star players in a forest’s carbon storage
While it’s true that urban households generate fewer emissions, sprawling suburbs that sprout up around cities cancel out those greenhouse gas savings.
Even if electric drive vehicles (EDVs) made up 42 percent of U.S.
To reduce emissions, the usual thinking goes, we should promote alternative energy and declare war on coal.
Fracking opens up space for CO2 sequestration
Younger readers might be astonished to learn that until just 40 or 50 years ago, milk, cheese, and even ice cream were customarily delivered to your doorstep by the local dairy.
For Antony Turner, pictures make a story come alive—and in the climate change story, one of the main characters is invisible.
Women’s rights appear to reduce carbon emissions
That vacant house may be helping soak up carbon emissions