“We are incredibly excited about this first discovery on the road to realizing the goals of the Harnessing Plants Initiative,” the authors say.
Please, tell me again how this has nothing to do with emissions.
It’s not the best solution, but it could help.
Feasible or not, it’s still an interesting idea.
Oh, how the waters have turned.
Pixar left this part out of Ice Age.
“Poetic justice” comes to mind.
The change can only come from civil society, researchers urge.
Soils can store a lot of carbon, but not if temperatures continue to rise.
Still no aliens. But this is definitely a cool find!
I like trees.
If it ain’t broken, don’t replace it with a powerplant.
But this doesn’t mean we should stop focusing on forests — on the contrary.
The universe is stickier than scientists used to think.
Ancient volcanism offers a glimpse into the future effects of climate change.
Fighting climate change is as easy as growing some food!
It’s a damn shame.
Astronauts’ waste will not be wasted.
A team of researchers forced bacteria to create carbon-silicon bonds, and their experiment showcases why life on our planet chose carbon.
Carbon nanotubes are one of the most promising materials humanity is looking into today — problem is, they tend to break when mixed with anything else.