It doesn’t have anything to do with Parisians, but it is an incredibly important international agreement.
Feed additives could reduce emissions from cow burps, but the research used by the fast food chain has limitations.
No Red October is just a tiny introduction to big dietary changes.
Global warming will deprive tropical mountain forests in Central and South America and the Caribbean of their iconic clouds.
When you let broccoli rot in your fridge, you add noxious gases to more than just your veggie drawer.
Genetically modified pigs produce fewer dangerous pollutants.
Negative emissions to make a positive change.
We've got 99 problems and CO2 is number one
Your morning loaf holds a C02 intensive surprise
By 2030, zero-emission vehicles only
Like science, tech, and DIY projects?
Sign up to receive Popular Science's emails and get the highlights.