Air travel and global warming
Cheap fares are great. But traveling by air contributes more to global warming per passenger than any other form of transportation. | Script
Waterheaters Dishwashers and global warming
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has released a new report confirming that increase in hurricane and tropical cyclone strength since 1970 "more likely than not" can be attributed to man-made global warming. So what can you do about it? | Script
Offsetting carbon emissions - how does it work?
When you drive less, use compact fluorescent light bulbs and keep the thermostat lower in winter and higher in summer, there's still one more thing you can do to help reduce global warming. | Script
Carbon Farmers grow topsoil to absorb carbon
Offsetting carbon emissions is one way to increase awareness about climate change and take another step toward global reduction of earth-warming greenhouse gas. Now you can buy carbon sinks from grass farmers to offset your emissions. | Script
Check tire pressure to reduce carbon pollution
When was the last time you checked your tire pressure? Keeping tires properly in-flated is one way you can help reduce carbon pollution and impact global warming.| Script
Impact of 1 meter sea level rise on US Cities
Scientists warn that about 450 parts-per-million carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will trigger glacial melt and sea level rise-the climate change tipping point. Catastrophic disaster has been predicted for coastal cities and low-lying countries at 6 meters sea level rise. But what happens to U.S. coastal cities at just one to two meters rise?