The Earth's CO2 levels could rise as high as when dinosaurs roamed, and scientists are not sure how humans could handle it.
Palaeontological studies predict catastrophic consequences of global warming to unfold soon.
Increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere were found to cause increased plant growth across the Earth for the last 30 years.
The European Commission Joint Research Center has confirmed thorugh analyzation that human activity has driven climate change in the form of global warming.
Scientists have found that carbon dioxide concentrations in seawater could reach levels high enough to make fish "intoxicated" and disoriented many decades earlier than previously thought.
A new study reveals exactly how much temperatures have been influenced by CO2 emissions.
Bacteria in the oceans function as the waste water treatment plants of the ocean.
In a recent study, scientists found that the current pace of environmental changes is the most unusual in the Earth's history, compared to 120 million years ago.
Increased CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere may have actually altered the photosynthesis of plants over the 20th century
It turns out that global plant growth is not keeping up with the amount of atmospheric CO2 being released in the air.
Researchers are using NASA's NEOWISE spacecraft to measure carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide gases gas emissions that are released from comets.