Predatory crabs and fish are poised to return to warming Antarctic waters for the first time in millions of years, threatening the shallow marine ecosystems surrounding Antarctica.
Green Earth Technologies, Inc., a manufacturer and marketer of environmentally-friendly consumer products, today entered into a strategic relationship with Bio-Tec Fuel and Chemicals, LLC, an Oklahoma-based developer and manufacturer of environmentally-friendly oil products, to manufacture its “G”-Branded automotive performance products including 2-cycle motor oils, all grades of automotive motor oils and marine motor oils.
Patients prone to heart disease may one day be told by physicians to avoid not only fatty foods and smoking but air pollution too.
When someone mentions "wind energy," what usually come to mind are the fields of giant utility-grade wind turbines located off the coasts of many countries and on mountain tops everywhere, and small residential-grade windmill-style turbines designed for personal use.
By 2100, warmer oceans with more carbon dioxide may no longer sustain 1 of the world's most productive fisheries, says USC marine ecologist.
Earth literally turned over a new leaf 15 million years ago when an earlier version of global warming changed large parts of the planet from lush forests to open grasslands, a new study by scientists at the University of Florida and other institutions shows.
Mercury is a potent neurotoxin and a worrisome environmental contaminant, but the severity of its threat appears to depend on what else is in the water.
Carbon dioxide increasing in the atmosphere may affect the microbial life in the sea, which could have an impact on a major food source, warned Dr Ian Joint at a Science Media Centre press briefing today.
Levels of a climate cooling gas will change as carbon dioxide increases, affecting food webs along the way, said Dr Michael Steinke at a Science Media Centre press briefing today.
Climate change will affect national parks, forest reserves and other protected areas around the world, in some cases altering conditions so severely that the resulting environments will be virtually new to the planet, according to a study presented at the U.N. climate change talks in Bali, Indonesia.