Climate Change and Global Warming News and Archives
news links & archives provided on these terms to help find solutions & for posterity
News Home |
| Disclaimer & Conditions for Use
Fertilizing the ocean
with iron could help reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide levels, according to newly released findings of a research cruise. Why? In a word, diatoms.
A hunger for iron rules the microscopic sea life of the Southern ...
For more than a dozen years, researchers have been fertilizing small patches of the world's ocean
s with iron to see if they could make the floating plants called phytoplankton flourish into massive blooms that would absorb carbon dioxide, the ...
The hot new field in engineering is breathtaking in its ambition. These
so-called ''geo-engineers'' want nothing less than to turn down the Earth's
temperature by altering the chemistry of the air, soaking up and storing away
carbon dioxide ...
Like life itself, the continuing debate over global warming has one thing at its center--carbon. A buildup of carbon dioxide--the gas that is released from the burning of any form of carbon, from paper to petroleum--is the chief ...
1) KAWAGUCHI JUSTIFIES CO2 EFFORT (Japan Times) 2) CANADA-ENVIRONMENT MEETING YIELDS CLIMATE STRATEGY (CBC) 3) GERMANY SEES PIONEER ROLE ON GLOBAL WARMING (Reuters) 4) EU SUMMIT RULES OUT SHORT-TERM OIL STOCK ...
Bolstering the theory that iron is a vital — and often missing — link binding the atmosphere, ocean
s and climate, scientists have found that dispersing small amounts of the metal in biologically barren seas near Antarctica produces large blooms ...