NASA researchers measure sinking land in American Samoa

On Sept. 29, 2009, an 8.1-magnitude earthquake struck near American Samoa, Samoa, and Tonga, triggering a tsunami that caused human casualties and $200 million in property damage on the islands. The earthquake also exacerbated ...

G20 per capita coal emissions growing: research

G20 per capita coal emissions continue to rise despite climate pledges and transition efforts by some members of the group of major economies, new research showed Tuesday.

How dangerous is extreme heat to humans?

The media reporting around heat waves that have hammered the northern hemisphere has been unequivocal: the simultaneous record-breaking heat has "pushed the limits of human survival."

New model accurately evaluates carbon neutrality capacity

In a new study published in the journal Environmental Science and Ecotechnology, researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Guiyang), reveal a new model for accurately evaluating carbon neutrality capacity. The Carbon ...

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