University Scientists Find Massive Peatland In Central Africa, Warns Of Global Warming Impact

Jan 12, 2017 AM EST A massive peat that has been accumulating for more than 10,000 years holds about 30 billion tons of carbon.

Scientists Agree: ‘Feedback’ is Aggravating Climate Change

Dec 06, 2016 PM EST Initially excluded because it was least understood, now experts agree: ‘feedback’ is a real threat and it's happening.

Power Plants Will Emit 300 Billion More Tons of CO2 during Their Lifetime, Study

Aug 28, 2014 AM EDT Power plants worldwide will emit more than three billion more tons of carbon dioxide during their lifetimes, according to a study conducted by the University of California, Irvine, and the Princeton ...

Black Carbon Increases Cardiovascular Disease Risk among Women, Study

Aug 28, 2014 AM EDT Wood smoke pollutants increase cardiovascular risk in women, according to a McGill University study.

Eckard Prof Urges Florida Gov. to Reduce Carbon Emissions in State

Jul 21, 2014 AM EDT Florida Governor Rick Scott has agreed to officiate a meeting on climate change to develop effective strategies for reducing carbon pollution in the state.

American Universities Partner With Solar Power Farms to Reduce Carbon Footprint

Jun 24, 2014 AM EDT In an attempt to reduce carbon footprint, two American Universities have signed a 20-year energy agreement with Duke Energy Renewable.

Stocks of Organic Carbon in Deep Soils Can Affect Climate Change, Study

May 27, 2014 AM EDT As a result of human activities, carbon that had been sealed away for thousands of years in arid and semi-arid environments is more likely to be reintroduced to the environment that can further ...

Stanford Engineers Build First Basic Computer Using Carbon Nanotubes

Sep 26, 2013 AM EDT Using carbon nanotubes, Stanford engineers have created the first basic computer that operates faster and consumes less energy when compared to systems made from silicon chips.

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