In an unexpected discovery, hundreds of gas plumes bubbling up from the seafloor were spotted during a sweeping survey of the U.S. Atlantic Coast.
Livestock burping, flatulence and manure was the source of more than 13 million tons of methane gas in 2004. Continue reading →
Recent research discovered that the chemical, perfluorotributylamine (PFBTA), insulates the planet 7,100 times more effectively than carbon dioxide. Continue reading →
The Arctic methane time bomb is bigger than scientists once thought and primed to blow.
A warming Arctic carries far greater economic costs than previously calculated, says a new study. Continue reading →
A new expedition into Antarctica will investigate how much methane is bubbling from the ocean floor, and whether it will have a significant impact on global climate.
Taking into account the gas leaked during the BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico last year indicates the spill was 33 percent larger than estimated.
The bacteria-loaded waste products of beer manufacturing have much to offer.
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