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Global methane emissions automatically detected in satellite imagery using AI

By Kyoto University As global temperatures rise to record highs, the pressure to curb greenhouse gas emissions has intensified. Methane is particularly targeted because its significant…
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Carbon dioxide removal: feasibility study evaluates possible measures for Germany

By Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres Germany aims to be climate neutral by 2045. In order to achieve this goal, greenhouse gas emissions must…
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Using solar energy to generate heat at high temperatures

By Fabio Bergamin | ETH Zurich Instead of burning coal or oil to produce cement or steel, in the future solar energy could be used…
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Summers warm up faster than winters, fossil shells from Antwerp show

By Free University of Brussels In a warmer climate, summers warm much faster than winters. That is the conclusion of research into fossil shells by earth…
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The case for sharing carbon storage risk

By Texas A&M University Even the most optimistic projections for the rapid build-out of solar, wind, and other low-carbon resources acknowledge that coal, natural gas,…
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Creating a Green Composite Material from Japanese Washi Paper

By Tohoku University Japanese washi paper is renowned for its aesthetic beauty and its wide-array of usages. Now, a group of Tohoku University researchers have…
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New ‘forever chemical’ cleanup strategy discovered

By David DANELSKI | University of California - Riverside As the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency cracks down on insidious “forever chemical” pollution in the environment,…
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Researchers identify fastest rate of natural carbon dioxide rise over the last 50,000 years

By Michelle Klampe, Oregon State University Today’s rate of atmospheric carbon dioxide increase is 10 times faster than at any other point in the past…
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New approach for improved early flood warning

By Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres Climate change increases frequency of extreme events such as flooding. This reinforces the need to develop methods for…
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Non-photosynthetic Vegetation Helps Improve Accuracy of Wind Erosion Impact Assessment

by Zhang Nannan, Chinese Academy of Sciences The process of soil wind erosion is influenced by vegetation cover. From a functional point of view, vegetation…
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Net zero plans show limited climate ambition on ‘residual’ emissions

New research by the University of East Anglia (UEA) reveals what countries think will be their most difficult to decarbonise sectors when they reach net…
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Study: Heavy snowfall and rain may contribute to some earthquakes

By Jennifer Chu | MIT News When scientists look for an earthquake’s cause, their search often starts underground. As centuries of seismic studies have made…
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