Carbon dioxide has been increasing in the atmosphere for a long time now. Scientists have thoroughly examined all the possible sources – the ocean, land plants, and fossil fuels – and concluded that the increase is the result of burning coal, oil, and natural gas.
OCO satellite lost, GOSAT gets “first light” Scientists suggest burying carbon with crop residues in the deep ocean Reversing urban flight required to cut transportation carbon emissions Track your region’s CO2 emissions […]
Water vapor effect on climate measured New data says southern ocean still absorbing CO2 Ocean acidifying faster than expected Missing radiation signature points to thinning Tibetan glaciers “Cash for Clunkers” to get […]
Green construction does not always mean “natural” Skeptic Magazine’s blog debunks Global Warming Petition Project UNESCO’s aquifer map a guide to future water conflict? New data on charcoal in soil raises carbon […]
Carbon offset markets hurt tropical forests Salt water marsh restoration may efficiently sequester carbon Shallow ground water modeling shows effects on climate Electronics manufacturing compound a strong greenhouse gas Deutsche Asset Management: […]
Due to the large size of this week’s Carboholic, I’ve busted it up into sections for readability. Science When you’re talking about Antarctica and global heating, there are some serious problems. The […]
The AAA overnight survey of gasoline prices found that the national average price for gasoline is at $4.108, and the cheapest gasoline in the U.S. is still $3.930. With prices that high, […]