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Solar car production is expected to increase in the coming decades. Click to read more. Solar cars are some of the manifestations of green energy that utilize the power of the Sun, invented, and manufactured to curb greenhouse gas emissions and fossil fuel burning.
Read the full story at The Hill. The wealthiest tenth of U.S. households are the source of 40 percent of national greenhouse gas emissions, according to research published in the journal PLOS Climate.
Investor pressure could drive down greenhouse gas emissions. Tippapatt/iStock/Getty Images Plus by Jared Starr, UMass Amherst About 10 years ago, a very thick book written by a French economist became a surprising bestseller. It was called “Capital in the 21st Century.” In it, Thomas Piketty traces the history of income and wealth inequality over the…
Although human-made ponds both sequester and release greenhouse gases, when added up, they may be net emitters, according to two related studies by Cornell researchers. The studies begin to quantify the significant effects that both human-made and natural ponds have on the global greenhouse gas budget, measurements that aren't well understood.