Engineering methods to cool the climate could rescue humanity from its inability to control greenhouse emissions. That is, if it doesn't make the situation worse.
A new study suggests that sewing biochar into fields could sequester 12 percent of the world's excess greenhouse gases.
Super villains aside, some have proposed blocking out the sun to curb global warming. But the U.N. may say no.
Models developed by Canadian scientists simulate changes in climate that run very far into the future.
Plenty of scientists have lamented that the drowning of New Orleans is simply inevitable. But a new study found a reason for optimism: sand.
A crazed attempt to save the Earth with iron seeding threatens marine life and more.
Impractical, but technically conceivable: A how-to-guide for harnessing earthquake energy in your backyard.
Oil is rocketing out of the hole in the Gulf because it's under immense pressure from the surrounding rocks.
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