Australian researchers have developed a smart and super-efficient new way of capturing carbon dioxide and converting it to solid carbon, to help advance the decarbonisation of heavy industries.
A team of researchers at the University of Michigan has created a next-generation lithium-sulfur battery using recycled Kevlar.
The International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH), the world’s champion for the power of plants, is proud to welcome EFB as a partner for the AIPH World Green City Awards and beyond.
The increasing amounts of municipal solid waste and ineffective waste management systems threaten the environment and contribute to climate warming, yet the waste sector is often neglected in discussions about climate change and air pollution.
As climate change continues and the incidences of drought rise, water is increasingly becoming scarce for manufacturing. But a new study by researchers at Penn State and UCLA suggests that there is a silver lining -; companies that use water may pivot to become efficient and more eco-friendly during periods of water scarcity.
Methane is a far more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide, and it has a pronounced effect within first two decades of its presence in the atmosphere. In the recent international climate negotiations in Glasgow, abatement of methane emissions was identified as a major priority in attempts to curb global climate change quickly.
First-year students visit nonprofit grocer in Central Square providing low-cost, nutritious food; learn about food resources at MIT.
A British eco-friendly dental brand is developing the world’s first refillable toothpaste dispenser with biodegradable refill capsules, after receiving a Smart Innovate grant of £150,000.
Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, and the world’s most sustainable corporation 2021 as ranked by Corporate Knights, today unveiled the first home energy solutions made from ocean plastics.
A scholar of climate and environment justice, a restoration ecologist, an environmental anthropologist, a landscape architect, and other University of Oregon environment experts offer suggestions for climate-friendly resolutions for 2022.