A global pandemic. Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Inflation. The first-ever serious challenge to the peaceful transfer of power in the United States.
New research by the University of East Anglia highlights the risks of countries relying on nature-based solutions to achieve net-zero.
An almost limitless supply of fresh water exists in the form of water vapor above Earth's oceans, yet remains untapped, researchers said.
Understanding the true impact and benefits that come with integrating renewable energy sources onto the grid could not only help governments and industry leaders achieve climate goals but could increase the use of wind power, improve air quality, and, therefore, deliver a range of public health benefits.
By 2033, more than 1 billion laptops, cellphones, and other electronic devices could be entering the U.S. waste stream each year.
In an extremely exciting ceremony on November 30 in Vienna at the world's most important environmental award, the world winners for sustainability were chosen in the 5 categories, Earth, Fire, Water, Air and Youth.
A team of researchers at Rice University has developed an affordable catalyst that could unlock the potential to create sustainable, low cost-hydrogen.
When storms wash the sand from the coast out to sea, large swaths of land are devoured by the sea.
Zero deforestation commitments may inadvertently leave vital habitats in Latin America and Africa vulnerable to agricultural expansion, a new study has found.
Researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a carbonization method for converting waste paper into pure carbon, which could be used in lithium-ion batteries.