This June was the hottest on record, continuing a 38-year trend.
Scientists are hoping for a new perspective on the long-standing mystery with a NASA satellite that will, for the first time, make carbon dioxide measurements globally from space.
The IPCC has given an upper limit as to how much greenhouse gas emissions Earth should support, but floods and storms may push public more than scientists' warnings.
Claims that global warming is slowing down are ignoring a very large part of the planet. ->
If plant leaves could absorb more carbon dioxide, it may one day help ease global warming and boost food production.
Leading scientists say the idea of blaming global warming on El Nino doesn't look so hot.
...that's how much oil giant BP believes may be lying buried deep beneath the Gulf of Mexico. By comparison the current proven reserves in the US are 30 billion barrels). Most of that's unreachable with today's oil drilling technology. But that's not likely to last. Yesterday th...
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