this IPCC synthesis report provides the most comprehensive, best available scientific assessment of climate change.

March 20 marked the release of the final installment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report (AR6), an eight-year long undertaking from the world’s most authoritative scientific body on climate change. Drawing on the findings of 234 scientists on the physical science of climate change, 270Continue Reading

New IPCC Report Paints A Very Grim Picture For Humanity

According to the newest anxiety-inducing study from the United Nations’ climate monitoring organization, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), it’s not over yet, but things are looking very, very bad. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the UN are specifically urging richer countries to aim for net zero emissions byContinue Reading

AI Tells - Global Warming Threshold Is Just A Decade Away

Scientists used artificial intelligence (AI) to predict how long it would take for global warming to become catastrophic. The AI’s assessment? We might be screwed. According to the findings of the study, global temperatures might exceed 1.5 degrees Celsius in just a decade. Exceed that, and scientists warn of greaterContinue Reading


Concrete is used in the construction of houses, buildings, highways, freeways, bridges, walkways, water systems, dams, and other structures due to its unequaled strength, durability, adaptability, and low cost. It comes as no surprise that worldwide demand for cement, which hardens into concrete when combined with water and minerals, isContinue Reading

oil & gas

Countries were recently compared based on the emissions intensity of their oil and gas activities, including production, processing, and transportation, using a CO2e 20-year global warming potential. Because it shows which oils and gases are “dirtier,” independent of amount generated, emissions intensity is an excellent indicator for direct comparison. ThisContinue Reading

World Is Witnessing An Intensive Spread Of Renewable Energy

According to the latest International Energy Agency (IEA) report, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has triggered the most intensive spread of renewable energy in history. Indeed, the IEA predicts that the globe will add as much renewable energy in the next five years as it has in the previous twenty. TheContinue Reading

Global Warming

The world’s existing climate pledge are insufficient to keep the 2015 Paris Agreement’s objective firmly in sight. Global warming will almost certainly exceed the 1.5-degree Celsius limit. While surpassing the 1.5-degree barrier appears to be unavoidable, researchers in a new study describe various plausible paths in which the overshoot periodContinue Reading