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A team of British researchers has measured what they call a “chemical equator” that separates the relatively clean atmosphere of the southern hemisphere from the…
British rainforest expert Howard Falcon-Lang and U.S. colleagues report that five more massive fossil forests from millions-of-years old trees, still standing upright, have been found…
According to a long-duration U.S./U.K. study of an English grassland, the least productive grasslands in the world are likely to be the most resistant to…
An ice bridge connecting Wilkins Ice Shelf and Charcot Island in Antarctica may collapse very soon. Its demise would likely doom the 9,000-square-mile (16,000-square-kilometer) ice…
An early warning system for the detection of upcoming earthquakes may be possible with the use of very sensitive new equipment developed by U.S. scientists.…
Claiming to be the first eco-nightclub in the UK, the Club4Climate at Bar Surya in London generates its own electricity from the dance floor and…
According to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 50% of all coral reefs in U.S. waters are either in “poor” or “fair” condition.…
The leading industrial G-8 countries of the world promised to work with nearly 200 other U.N. countries to cut greenhouse gases by at least 50%…
Is that shiny new LCD or plasma TV in your house a major contributor to global warming? A new research paper is making a shocking…
According to a new report by the Australian National University, to keep increases in Earth's surface temperature below dangerous levels, improvements at reducing greenhouse gases…

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