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Ammonia has been widely used as a fertilizer for the last century. Now, using renewable energy and a new method for making ammonia, researchers and entrepreneurs believe "green" ammonia can become a significant clean fuel source.

Whether or not the Maldives can survive climate change, the country will never be the same.

The vast majority of the emissions Exxon is responsible for aren’t included.
In the capital of Sierra Leone, crowding and poverty complicate efforts to protect a city of 1.2 million from the effects of climate change. 
A new colony of breeding Gentoo penguins has been discovered living on Antarctica’s Andersson Island, an unusually southern location for the generally more temperate birds.
Scientists have discovered a pristine, three-kilometre-long reef of giant rose-shaped corals off the coast of Tahiti, in waters thought to be deep enough to protect it from the bleaching effects of the warming ocean.

Women, children and the elderly are increasingly vulnerable to the effects of climate change in rural Zimbabwe, taking up a large share of the agricultural labor force and management of household nutrition.

The warming that humans cause today may have ripple effects far into the future, scientists warned in a study yesterday that finds the vast Greenland ice sheet could continue melting for centuries after greenhouse gases are stabilized.

The Doomsday Clock remains at 100 seconds to midnight. The new time on the clock — a metaphorical representation of how close humanity is to destruction — was revealed Thursday morning by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.

Gov. Glenn Youngkin's seventh executive order seeks to remove Virginia from the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.

“This is a supply-side problem. This is unlike any other market that any of us lumber traders have ever experienced.”

America’s largest oil firm claims its history of publicly denying the climate crisis is protected by the first amendment.

Three proposed pipelines in Iowa would gather carbon dioxide from ethanol plants and sequester it underground. Two engineers weigh in on the impact the projects would have on climate change goals and whether ethanol is the right industry to target for carbon capture.
The question for the PR and ad business is whether a coalition of academics and advocates can get them to cut their ties with fossil fuel companies.
China has provided scant evidence to back grand promises of sustainability, at odds with the country’s severe environmental challenges.
The first nationwide study on rising temperatures and younger Americans found that hotter days were associated with more visits to emergency rooms.
Climate change is already killing people, but countries don’t have an easy way to count those deaths. A new project might change that.
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