IOP Publishing (IOPP) is expanding its open access (OA) Environmental Research portfolio to address the urgent need for sustainable food solutions globally.
The new NextLab’s carbon footprint, produced by Cepsa Química replacing partially traditional feedstocks with sustainable raw materials, is almost 80% lower compared to traditional LAB made with fossil raw materials.
For years, Environmental Monitoring Solutions (EMS) has relied on Ovarro’s TBox remote telemetry units (RTUs) and other systems throughout its networks that provide energy management systems to water suppliers.
An innovative and sustainable chemistry developed at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory for capturing carbon dioxide from air has been licensed to Holocene, a Knoxville-based startup focused on designing and building plants that remove carbon dioxide from atmospheric air.
In recognition for its achievement and innovation in health care sustainability efforts, UC San Diego Health has received multiple awards from Practice Greenhealth, the nation's leading organization dedicated to environmental sustainability in health care.
A unique carbon footprint tool has been created that will allow businesses to measure the CO2 output of their stored data.
Navigator Terminals and alfanar will enter a joint Front-End-Engineering-Design (FEED) study in 2023 to determine the key scope for the UK’s first Sustainable Aviation Fuel handling terminal that will be located on North Tees to transport feedstock and handle the production volumes from the innovative alfanar facility.
Currently, Net Zero Emission is an issue that many countries around the world are focusing on and urgently addressing following the mandate of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 26th Conference on Climate Change (COP26) in 2021.
Curbside recycling provides a return on investment similar to or better than environmentally friendly strategies like transitioning to electric vehicles or purchasing green power, study shows
From reuse and recycling to new carbon markets, events during Earth Month at MIT spanned an astonishing range of ideas and approaches to tackling the climate crisis.