- Is There a Consensus About Climate Change? – What are the indicators to look for?
- Energy Solutions in a Changing Climate – Experts evaluations on climate solutions
- How Does CO₂ Warm the Earth? – How do we know it’s not the sun?
- GMOs and the Environment touches on the effect of biotechnology on CO2 emissions
- Three Ways Science Could Improve the World Through Rice – GMO Rice and Methane
- On Farming, Animals, and the Environment touches on how much green house gas emissions result from different farming methods
- Mothers for Nuclear – My Story – How I went from a nuclear-skeptic to a supporter
- Radioactive Reflections – A radiochemist’s take on nuclear power, frog legs, and cigarettes
I would always start approaching a field (especially one that I am not personally an expert in) by considering review articles and the information from respected science organisations. Here is a piece about the scientific landscape on anthropogenic climate change, as seen through the trends in published scientific papers.
Here are some good sources that usually provides links to peer-reviewed research:
On the scientific consensus, compiled by NASA:
Infographics by Thoughtscapism
Is there a consensus about climate change? – What are the indicators to look for?
From the post How does CO₂ warm the Earth? – How do we know it’s not the sun?
GMOs and the environment touches on the effect of biotechnology on CO2 emissions
New studies demonstrate that GMO rice has great potential to mitigate methane emissions. For more see Three ways science could improve the world through rice.