Summer drought limits the positive effects of carbon dioxide and heat on plant growth in future climate. Although the rain this summer has been pouring down over Denmark, most scientists agree that global temperature increases will intensify periods with summer drought already in 2075.
In response to growing concerns about our planet's changing climate, rising global temperatures and sea levels, and increasing concentrations of atmospheric carbon dioxide, scientists are looking to the planet's past to help predict... Read Post
In the ongoing search for ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change, scientists are looking at undersea rocks as a safe and secure place to bury excess carbon dioxide (CO2). Increasing amounts of CO2 in the a... Read Post
The large scale project CLIMAITE, led by Risø DTU, has published its first synthesis paper in the renowned journal Global Change Biology, and the conclusion is perhaps a little surprising that the predicted increase in plant growth,... Read Post