The world is getting hotter, causing shifts in seasonal patterns and increasing the amount of extreme weather such as severe droughts and heat waves, which can affect crop yields and food supplies.
Rising temperatures due to climate change are likely influencing human migration patterns, according to a new study by Rita Issa of University College London and colleagues, published May 24 in the open-access journal PLOS Climate.
A new study from Lund University in Sweden shows that the ability of microorganisms to adapt to climate warming will slow down global warming by storing carbon in soil.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have recently published details of a groundbreaking development describing innovative solar-powered technology that is able to synthesize multicarbon liquid drop-in fuels for cars using just carbon dioxide (CO2), water (H2O), and the power of photosynthesis.
According to recent research from Queen Mary University of London, just about 13% of worldwide methane emissions are regulated, despite the fact that methane emissions cause at least 25% of current global warming.
New study analysed data on near-surface air temperatures recorded for North-West Europe over the past 60 years.
As part of the energy transition and the move to renewables, an international team of researchers has recently proposed a new technology - Underground Gravity Energy Storage (UGES) - which can store and discharge electricity.
Researchers at Northwestern University (NU) have been working in collaboration with international partners to find ways to capture carbon and produce acetic acid out of carbon monoxide.
Trans-Arctic shipping has expanded as the Arctic warms and sea ice melts, lowering travel time and expenses for international trade.
In the last 25 years, the Northeast has seen the highest surge in intense precipitation across the country.