"Environment" Blogs & Blog Posts

ABAUM'S WorldABAUM'S World

A blog concerned about social justice, the environment, and politics. I hop...

 
People Power GrannyPeople Power Granny

Focused on baby boomers who want to leave a better world for those who foll...

 
Forced GreenForced Green

Living a Natural Life in an Industrial World

 
Things Are GoodThings Are Good

Good news from around the world, let's celebrate the good side of life...

 
David Coethica's BlogDavid Coethica's Blog

All things Corporate Social Responsiblity, especially small businesses

 
North Coast VoicesNorth Coast Voices

Group blog from regional Australia posting on politics, society, the arts, ...

 
Strange DaysStrange Days

Politics, Middle East, Cultural Theory, and Philosophical Ramblings

 


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Crucial peatlands carbon-sink vulnerable to rising sea levels, research shows...

In the face of climate change impact and inevitable sea level rise, Cornell and Scenic Hudson scientists studying New York's Hudson River estuary have forecast new intertidal wetlands, comprising perhaps 33 percent more wetland area by the year 2100.

For the first time, scientists have been successful in measuring the processes by which an entire forest "breathes," using sophisticated technology involving flux towers and new instrumentation that can precisely measure two different types (isotopes...

Ammonia gas packs quite the smelly punch. In small doses, it's what makes smelling salts so effective. But high levels of ammonia can be a health hazard and a pollutant.

A multinational team led by the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory Climate Change Science Institute has found the first positive correlation between human activity and enhanced vegetation growth.

Britain's exit from the European Union may erode the bloc's leadership role in fighting climate change and stymie crucial efforts to set more ambitious targets for cutting greenhouse gases, officials and experts said Tuesday.

As Louisiana's wetlands continue to disappear at an alarming rate, a new study has pinpointed the man-made structures that disrupt the natural water flow and threaten these important ecosystems. The findings have important implications for New Orlean...