greenhouse gases

McMansions Will Doom Us All

McMansions Will Doom Us All

If you needed another reason to eat the rich, here it is. A new study has concluded that high-income residents in the U.S. emit an average of 25% more greenhouse gas emissions than low-income residents through their energy use.

A Switch in How Hospitals Use Anesthesia Could Have Huge Climate Benefits

A Switch in How Hospitals Use Anesthesia Could Have Huge Climate Benefits

Right before surgery, the climate crisis is probably the last thing on your mind. If you’re under general anesthesia, you actually might not be thinking about much of anything at all. But anesthetics — especially the generalized kind — can have a pretty big impact on the climate. A new…