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Sandeep Pai: A Just Transition to Clean Energy
Making sure people whose incomes rely on fossil fuels aren’t left behind as alternative energy sources become more established.
Side Benefits of Climate Action May Save Millions of Lives in Africa
Premature deaths due to air pollution would decline across the continent.
Fossil Fuels Drive Increase in Atmospheric Helium
After decades of uncertainty, scientists have finally shown that fossil fuel extraction has flooded the atmosphere with 4He.
A Climate Mystery Warns Us to Heed the Unknown
The Curve is a series charting the mysterious rise of methane in our atmosphere and the quest to find its source.
Coal Seam Fires Burn Beneath Communities in Zimbabwe
Underground fires threaten the health of people and livestock living near mines supporting the country’s growing coal industry.
A Gas Pipeline Investigation Built on Community-Centered Ideas
From developing a research question to enacting solutions, environmental justice requires community engagement in every step of the scientific process.
Projection: $110 Billion in Repairs for Russian Pipelines on Permafrost
Permafrost thaw is a major threat to pipelines in the Russian Arctic, particularly those carrying natural gas.
Forecasting Geohazards in the Age of Gas Hydrate Exploitation
A curious breath-like pattern exhibited by gas hydrates may help forecast hazards associated with extracting them from the seafloor.
New Marine Ecology Tool Corrects for Effects of Fossil Fuel Emissions
Standardizing these corrections will help scientists understand ocean ecosystems.