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Category / Carbon Dioxide

Fearless TV climate forecasters air the planet’s hovering carbon ranges

Mike Nelson’s weather forecasts on May 7, 2019 included more than powerful storm fronts, thick fog, and flurries of snow. The veteran meteorologist’s Denver television forecasts, delivered three times a day, flashed the planet’s current level of carbon dioxide — a potent heat-trapping gas — on the screen. This number, which is now flirting with...CONTINUE READING

SpaceX simply blasted a essential NASA device into area

NASA’s carbon-detecting sleuth has left Earth. SpaceX launched the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-3 (OCO-3) to the International Space Station (ISS) at 2:48 a.m. ET on Saturday morning aboard the company’s dependable Falcon 9 rocket. After NASA’s cargo load arrives at the ISS, astronauts will use a long robotic arm to attach the refrigerator-sized instrument to the...CONTINUE READING

Your long term air conditioner may do far more than simply cool your home

About 1.6 billion AC units hum on the planet today. By 2050, that number will likely swell to over 5 billion.  Roland Dittmeyer, an engineer at Germany’s Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, sees a lot of potential here. AC units, especially in big residential or commercial buildings, suck in masses of air, sometimes all day long....CONTINUE READING

Will the gradual U.S. ever make competitive carbon cuts to rival Europe’s?

With a rocket launcher strapped to his back, President Ronald Reagan rode fearlessly upon a long-extinct Velociraptor while brandishing a machine gun: This is the imagery — presented on poster board and carried to the floor of the Senate Chamber on March 26 — that Republican Senator Mike Lee used to mock the Green New...CONTINUE READING

The sea assists in keeping wolfing down a colossal quantity of CO2 from the air, however will it remaining?

The ocean has proved to be an exceptionally selfless and dependable planetary companion.  With no benefit to itself, Earth’s vast sea has gulped up around 30 percent of the carbon dioxide humans emitted into Earth’s atmosphere over the last century. Critically, scientists have now confirmed that the ocean in recent decades has continued its steadfast...CONTINUE READING

Trump’s local weather skilled is flawed: The arena’s vegetation don’t want extra CO2

Plants on Earth have flourished for hundreds of millions of years, yet President Donald Trump’s pick to lead his new climate team insists that they need more carbon dioxide to thrive. Princeton physicist and carbon dioxide-advocate William Happer has been selected to head the brand new Presidential Committee on Climate Security, reports The Washington Post....CONTINUE READING

Wager what? U.S. carbon emissions popped again up in a large manner

For three straight years, carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. dropped. But in 2018, emissions of the potent greenhouse gas shot back up.  A new report by the Rhodium Group — a research institution that analyzes global economic and environmental trends — found that in 2018 carbon dioxide emissions rose 3.4 percent from the prior...CONTINUE READING

This algae ‘curtain’ could make city buildings into urban trees — Sharp Science

Photo.Synth.Etica may look like an abstract art piece, but really it might be a glimpse into the future of smarter, greener cities. The “curtain” is made of modules that have algae which suck in carbon dioxide and other air pollutants, and then spit out some clean, clean oxygen. Check out our short video for more...CONTINUE READING

Earth’s carbon dioxide levels are likely the highest they’ve been in 15 million years

We’ve entered some profoundly unfamiliar planetary territory. Amid a backdrop of U.S. politicians still questioning whether the changing climate is attributable to humans (it is), it’s quite likely that we’ve actually boosted Earth’s carbon dioxide — a potent greenhouse gas — to the highest levels they’ve been in some 15 million years.  The number 15...CONTINUE READING

Climate deniers love to repeat this dead wrong talking point. Here’s how to refute it.

On Sunday morning, CNN anchor Jake Tapper asked U.S. Senator Marco Rubio whether he thought the changing climate on Earth today was “at least in part” caused by humans.  On live television, Rubio acknowledged that humans were partly responsible, and then immediately sowed some doubt into his answer. “I think many scientists would debate what...CONTINUE READING
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