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Greenhouse Gas Emissions


Improved refrigeration could save nearly half of the 1.3 billion tons of food wasted each year globally

By University of Michigan About a third of the food produced globally each year goes to waste, while approximately 800 million people suffer from hunger,…
SourceSourceMay 29, 2024 Read More

Why a new ruling on the law of the sea and climate change matters for Australia and especially our island neighbours

By Clive Schofield, University of Wollongong and Karen Scott, University of Canterbury The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea has found countries are…
SourceSourceMay 26, 2024 Read More

French greenhouse gas emissions fell 5.8% in 2023: PM

Saint-Berthevin, France (AFP) - French greenhouse gas emissions fell by a better-than-expected 5.8 percent in 2023, Prime Minister Gabriel Attal said Wednesday. France's climate change…
SourceSourceMay 22, 2024 Read More

What is the carbon footprint of a house in Japan?

By Kyushu University Researchers identify the emission hotspots in the supply chain when building a house in Japan Researchers at Kyushu University have published a…
SourceSourceMay 20, 2024 Read More

Mapping malaria in Africa: climate change study predicts where mosquitoes will breed in future

By Mark Smith, University of Leeds and Chris Thomas, University of Lincoln | The Conversation The relationship between climate and malaria transmission is complex and has been…
SourceSourceMay 20, 2024 Read More

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…
SourceSourceMay 16, 2024 Read More