Researchers in China, South Korea and the UK have demonstrated that the rapid increase in aquaculture activities is associated with elevated greenhouse gas emissions.
Climate change—not pollution—may have been behind China's severe winter haze in 2013.
Scientists have identified the plant species that are most effective at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from swine wastewater.
Targeting the protein AtPAP2 to both the mitochondria and chloroplasts makes plants grow faster and produce 38 to 57 percent more seeds.
By tweaking the physical parameters of carbon nanotubes, researchers were able to increase the absorption of greenhouse gases.