It's making a lot of people ill, and adding to the greenhouse effect. Continue reading →
In 1 million years, the epoch that we are now living in will likely be characterized by animal and plant remains, along with a strange mess of industrial pollutants.
The ruptured Aliso Canyon gas well is spewing 62 million cubic feet of invisible methane into the San Fernando Valley each day, forcing evacuations and school closures. Continue reading →
Leaks could negate the benefits of the cleaner-burning fuel. Continue reading →
Liberated ancient deposits of the potent greenhouse gas are another sign of climate change. →
Timeworn Antarctica ice suggests a strong link between carbon dioxide levels and glacial cycles for the past million years.
There are 80,000 dams in the United States, but only 3 percent of them create hydroelectric power. Why do we build dams and how do they affect the environment?
The Four Corners region of the southwestern U.S. produces more methane than any other part of the nation, and scientists want to find out why.
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