Researchers turn coffee grounds into a cheap carbon sponge in just one day
Researchers in South Korea have figured out a way to turn old coffee grounds into an ultra-absorbent material that can capture methane and other greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.
IPCC report: six graphs that show how we're changing the world's climate
We look at the data that underpins the forthcoming IPCC climate science report detailing humanity’s influence on the climate, global impacts and solutions
Eerie Photos Capture Scientists' Frightened Responses To Climate Change Discussions
We've read the daunting headlines. We've seen the bleak predictions. We know in our minds that climate change is putting our Earth's future in danger. An...
Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for June 22, 2014 | GoComics.com
View the comic strip for Doonesbury by cartoonist Garry Trudeau created June 22, 2014 available on GoComics.com
Why Doesn't Anyone Know How to Talk About Global Warming?
The gap between science and public understanding prevents action on climate change—but social scientists think they can fix that
Guess How One Nation's Army is Fighting Climate Change
By Kristina ChewHere’s the Norwegian army’s plan to fight climate change: have everybody go meatless once a week.Norwegian troops will be eating vegetarian meals on Mondays to cut their consumption of ecologically unfriendly foods whose production contributes heavily to global warming. Spokesman Eys...
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A plague of hornets in China is killing people and eating bees
Thanks to climate change, massive numbers of thumb-sized hornets have been rolling through Shaanxi Province, and they could be coming to your area next.
What the IPCC found: The big news from the new climate assessment
You could read the 36-page summary of the IPCC's new climate report. Or you could just read this, which is much shorter and tastier.