Climate projections could be off by five years, MIT researchers find, an error bar that might be critical to staying within 1.5 degrees of global warming. The ocean’s “biological pump” describes the many marine processes... The post How much carbon does the ocean absorb over time? appeared first on successful GREEN.
Researchers are proposing an alternative strategy for controlling the global carbon-climate system. In a recent study published in the journal Climatic Change, they describe the advantage of using concepts from control theory, in particular… The post Mitigating climate change through alternative control strategies appeared first on successful GREEN.
New research suggests that overhunting by humans was not responsible for the extinction of mammoths, ground sloths, and other North American megafauna. A new study published in Nature Communications suggests that the extinction of… The post Climate change likely drove the extinction of North America’s largest animals appeared first on successful GREEN.
Climate change mitigation is about more than just CO2. So-called “short-lived climate-forcing pollutants” such as soot, methane, and tropospheric ozone all have harmful effects. It is common practice in climate policy to bundle the… The post Time to tackle more than just CO2 appeared first on successful GREEN.
Stress from rising water temperatures reduces ability of corals to adapt to ocean acidification, a new study in the journal Science Advances shows. About a quarter of the carbon emissions driving global warming are absorbed… The post Stress factors interact to impact corals appeared first on successful GREEN.
Street tree planting in residential areas of cities can serve as a nature-based solution to reduce the risk of depression with added benefits of also addressing climate change and biodiversity loss. This should be… The post Street trees may reduce the risk of depression appeared first on successful GREEN.