What about all the carbon we've already poured into the atmosphere? If only there were a device that could take some of it back out.
Yusuf Ibrahim, a tomato farmer in Kano, Nigeria, has lost almost 90 percent of his crop this year to Tuta absoluta.
China said the U.S.
Think of it as Mother Nature’s roller-coaster ride: the shift between the weather patterns known as El Nino and La Nina that, at their worst, can cause havoc worldwide.
South Africa’s government said operating mines should pay two-thirds of the cost of cleaning up toxic water pollution caused by more than 100 years of mining in Gauteng, the country’s richest provi
Burkina Faso is phasing out the production of genetically modified cotton introduced by Monsanto Co., the world’s largest seed company, because growers are unhappy with the short length of its fibe
Millions of people in Mexico City are choking on the worst air quality in 14 years, as cars and trucks add to the pollution with their outdated emissions controls.
New cars sold in the European Union were 3 percent cleaner in 2015 than the year before as restrictions on pollution forced manufacturers to make more efficient engines, data from the 28-nation blo
Clean energy growth rates will slow even as falling costs buoy renewable power technologies in the wake of last year’s climate accord committing 195 countries to reduce pollution, BMI Research said
Thailand’s agriculture ministry signaled that a water crisis may ease over the next few months because supply in the nation’s dams should be sufficient until seasonal rains begin in April or May.
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