Two mysterious plankton blooms appeared off the coast of Antarctica in 2014 and 2015.
If rolled out globally, the islands could offset the total global emissions from fossil fuels.
At the end of the last glacial era, carbon gases trapped on the seafloor escaped, causing drastic warming that helped end the last ice age. A scientist says climate change could cause this process to repeat.
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The collision triggers a chemical reaction that causes carbon dioxide to be sucked from the atmosphere.
Scientists warn that human emissions could reach a level not seen for 55 million years by the 22nd century.
The Clarion-Clipperton Fracture Zone is currently being explored as an area for deep sea mining.
"It's the Trumps and the Kushners that are polluting this city," an environmental group head said.
Half of the total CO2 has been released since the late 1980s.
If the Arctic permafrost melts, greenhouse gasses equivalent to burning all of the world's forests two-and-a-half times over could be released.
To the disbelief of spectators, all of the animals which entered into the gates perished, while miraculously, the priests emerged unscathed.
The new method offers a way to recycle one of the leading greenhouse gases responsible for climate change.
Soil can store three times the amount of carbon found in the atmosphere.
Robust model shows for every one degree Celsius warming, 4 million square kilometers would be lost.
Lawyers for the Sierra Club asked the EPA to check whether Pruitt violated policy by saying, "I would not agree that [carbon is] a primary contributor to the global warming that we see."
A Chatham House report says shifting to a plant-based diet could drastically lower global greenhouse gas emissions.
To keep global temperatures from rising, we must cut down on animal agriculture.
Humans are pumping record amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere each year.
In just 2,000 years, we've burned up 400 million years-worth of fossil fuels.
Scientists say the biggest extinction event ever was caused by comparable rate of cO2 emissions to those seen today.