Scientists are working on novel ways to trap the ubiquitous gas carbon dioxide. But once trapped it has to go someplace. Is storing it under the ocean as crazy as it sounds?
All that CO2 and where to put it...? How about underground? But would a catastrophe ensue? Would the planet explode? For answers, Julian looks at work being done by Archer Daniels Midland in the, er, groundbreaking area of underground CO2 storage.
Will the recent agreement struck between the United States and China on greenhouse gas emissions really help matters or will it all be so much hot air? Trace examines the deal and what could come from it.
The two countries have long been at loggerheads over global targets.
With a large rally in New York to complement it, the United Nations held a Climate Summit in September. Tara explains what the gathering was really all about.
A new analysis from a climate change organization estimates which coastal countries can expect the most regular flooding by the year 2100. Tara takes a look at which countries are singled out for the worst.
As of today, airplanes using European airports must use credits to account for some of their greenhouse gas emissions.
Living and working within 100 meters (328 feet) of a gas station increases exposure to toxic chemicals.
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