Robot that uses AI to pull weeds may reduce poisonous herbicide use by 70% for some crops.
State-of-the-art climate models drastically underestimate how much extreme rainfall increases under global warming, according to a study published Monday
Iceberg A23a split from the Antarctic’s Filchner Ice Shelf in 1986, but it became stuck to the ocean floor and had remained for many years in the Weddell Sea
Recommendations include tripling renewable energy capacity by 2030, phasing out fossil fuels by 2050, and providing the Global South with the means to fund its energy transition.
The northern hemisphere experienced a sweltering summer due to climate and meteorological patters. Scientists say the south will not escape.
Wildfires are making the Alaskan tundra leak methane. Chunks of carbon-rich frozen soil, or permafrost, undergird much of the Arctic tundra. This perpetually frozen layer sequesters carbon from the atmosphere, sometimes storing it for tens of thousands of years beneath…
Tens of thousands of protesters marched through Amsterdam on Sunday demanding immediate action against climate change, 10 days before the country holds a general election.
As the world struggles to renounce its burning of fossil fuels, scientists are studying whether atmospheric geoengineering could help limit warming and avert climate catastrophe.
International Climate Agreement Establishes ‘Loss and Damage’ Fund, but Concerns Persist Over Funding for Vulnerable Nations
World governments have reached a significant agreement to establish a “loss and damage” fund aimed at providing financial support to vulnerable communities affected by climate change
Global heating is accelerating faster than is currently understood and will result in a key temperature threshold being breached as soon as this decade