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Earth soil can control Global Warming and Climate Change by locking Greenhouse gases: Study

soil can control global warming
A study recently published in the Journal Nature details how improved soil management could help combat the effects of global warming. According to the researchers, farm soils can store large amounts of carbon than previously thought and the ability can be harnessed to help...

Humanity is major culprit behind global warming and climate change shows statistics

Global warming and El Nino makes 2015 hottest year
Scientists from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) claim global temperatures hit a record high, making 2015 the hottest year in history. The researchers argue that the extreme weather conditions such as El Nino, drought, rising sea levels and the extreme heat experienced in 2015...

India to diminish greenhouse gas emission up to 35% by 2030, says Javadekar in LS

India to reduce greenhouse gas
India is committed to cutting down emission of greenhouse gases by up to 35% by 2030. Central Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change - Prakash Javadekar announced this news on Wednesday in the Lok Sabha. Replying to a question by Rajan Vichare...

Deep-sea bacteria could neutralize greenhouse gases using sequestration proces

Deep-sea bacteria
The bacterium, which is being researched by University of Florida researchers could be the answer to Global Warming. The bacterium that lives near hydrothermal vents and produces enzymes can survive at high temperatures. It resides at the bottom of the oceans and is used...

Scientists say major cause of climate change, global warming began in 1940s

A group of scientists claim that global warming started to take place as early as the 1940s. The study claims that the effects of global warming were visible in the 1940s in parts of Africa, South East Asia and Australia. Global warming is said to...

Researchers identify carbon dioxide as main culprit in melting Ice Age glaciers

It is emerging that increase in the levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere contributed the most to the decline of glaciers at the end of Ice Age. Previously, there were debates about what exactly drove the Ice Age decline. But a new study...

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