A team of researchers from Oxford University, UK, put forward a series of possible ideas and suggestions to reach the final 25% in terms of greenhouse emissions and achieve Net-Zero.
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Fortified walls marking national borders are preventing hundreds of wild animals from migrating in an attempt to escape the effects of climate change, according to a paper published in the
The goals of the Paris Agreement aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will never be achieved without considerable changes in farming practices, according to a study published in Nature (1).
Even if the world stopped burning all fossil fuels today, that would not be enough to keep global temperatures below a 1.5° to 2°C increase above preindustrial levels. Fossil fuel
More big fish in the sea can reduce the amount of carbon dioxide emissions that are released into the atmosphere, according to a new study published on 28 October in
An active leak of methane gas from the seafloor in Antarctica has been discovered for the first time, reported in a new paper published on 22 July in the Proceedings
Most polar bears are at risk of being wiped out by the end of the century due to global warming, according to a new study published on 20 July in
Satellite images have revealed a dramatic increase in the harvested forest area in Europe after 2015, according to a new study by the European Commission published on 1 July in
Countries have set targets for reducing carbon dioxide (CO2), but not removal. In a new paper published on 8 June in Nature Climate Change, Pozo and colleagues argue that CO2
For at least 6,000 years, the vast majority of humans have thrived in a relatively small ‘climate niche’. Global warming is shrinking the areas considered ideal for human health and