Looked at from the perspective of a single month, April temperatures appear pretty tame. But averaged over a year, temperatures give a different impression — not a good one.
In a study published in Nature Climate Change, scientists show that the carbon dioxide emissions from Brazil’s steel production doubled in the 2000-2007 period, despite a decrease in the use of coal. According to the researchers, Brazil used native charcoal, i.e. charcoal produced from native forests, to fuel the steel-production industry… which led to deforestation and, […]