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Concrete Buildings Emerge as Major Storehouses of Carbon from the Atmosphere

Concrete in the built environment reabsorbs atmospheric carbon
Posted On 26 Jun 2019
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Doubled raw materials use is climate risk

We’re using more and more raw materials to build the world anew: our demands will almost have doubled by 2060. That’s bad news for the climate.
Posted On 18 Nov 2018
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Carbon removal is not enough to save climate

Carbon removal from the atmosphere cannot match reducing emissions of greenhouse gases as a way of slowing global warming, US analysts say.
Posted On 11 Sep 2018
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Past climate lessons prompt present rethink

Climate scientists have been looking again deep into the Earth’s history. Those past climate lessons are not reassuring.
Posted On 19 Nov 2017
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World set for 3.4˚C by 2100 – China and India key to Paris Agreement success

By the end of the century we should expect a world set for 3.4˚C more warmth than pre-industrial levels, analysts find.
Posted On 15 Nov 2017
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Humans cause growing heat wave danger

A heat wave can be lethal – and researchers have now counted the ways they can kill. Humans may have only themselves to blame.
Posted On 12 Nov 2017
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Prepare for a world 3°C warmer in 80 years

The UN expects a world 3oC warmer by 2100, even if countries cut their greenhouse gas emissions as they promised in 2015.
Posted On 31 Oct 2017
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Evaporation could offer new source of renewable energy

Natural evaporation could provide most of the electricity used by the US and also save about one fifth of the water it uses, scientists believe.
Posted On 06 Oct 2017
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