NOX (X=1 or 2) emitted from stationery/mobile sources are conventionally deemed as notorious, anthropogenic precursors of ultrafine particulate matters (PM2.5) because NOX can undergo a series of SO2-assisted photochemical transformative stages to finally evolve PM2.5 functioning as an air pollutant.
Human indiscipline and greed are greatly affecting the availability and quality of freshwater. It has become a global priority to find new approaches to sustainably preserve freshwater supply.
Water is probably the most important resource in the world. We need it in industry, in agriculture, to survive – provided it is clean water, of course.
The Net Zero Technology Centre and TNO have today (date) launched a flagship report which analyses the significant opportunity that closer collaboration in the North Sea can bring.
Insufficient iron content is a limiting factor for the growth of algae in the oceans. More dissolved iron present in the ocean East of Greenland as a result of melting of the Greenland ice sheet does not facilitate more algal growth in the region.
Environmental health experts at Flinders University are advancing research into a highly sustainable wastewater recycling program by developing a cost-effective way to harvest microalgal biomass for use in biofuels and other applications.
The drought in the southwestern U.S. isn't new - it's actually a couple of decades old now.
Water "blisters" trapped beneath the thick interior of Greenland's ice sheet could provide critical insight into the hydrological network coursing deep below Earth's second largest body of ice -; and how it might be destabilized by climate change, according to a new study.
Curtin University research has found that a surge in volcanic activity 56 million years ago not only triggered a major global warming event turning polar regions into a lush tropical landscape, but also altered the shape...
Given the current water crisis in California and impact that it has on municipalities, farmland, and developers, people are looking for answers. AWE Industries has the solution.