Conservation efforts for other animals have likely helped protect many reptile species, according to a new study led by NatureServe, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), and Conservation International, in partnership with Monash University.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the City of Livermore to collaborate on advancing climate action in Livermore and build community-wide resilience to climate change impacts.
Harvesting energy from the day-to-day movements of the human body and turning it into useful electrical energy, is the focus of a new piece of research involving a Northumbria University Professor.
A nature-stimulated wax-coated sand has been developed to help improve the production of food in the desert since freshwater resources are getting depleted.
Envetec Sustainable Technologies Limited ("Envetec"), today announced the launch of its GENERATIONS™ technology, a breakthrough cleantech solution that safely treats biohazardous waste and materials including plastics, glass, PPE, sharps containers, and other general laboratory consumables on-site at source.
With 15 new projects across six continents, progress is accelerating toward goal of 100 million trees, as consumer support for environmental causes grows
The University of Queensland will play a crucial role in a multi-million-dollar four-year project which will see universities and industry working together to build commercialisation in Australia’s critical mineral supply chain that will create 1300 jobs.
Arden Homes has announced a new venture with RACV Solar that will ensure every Arden Aspire and Lumina home built in 2022 and beyond will have solar panel system installed by RACV Solar.
Plastic rubbish is everywhere and now broken-down microplastics have been found in variable concentrations in blue mussels and water within the intertidal zone at some of southern Australia’s most popular and more remote beaches.
A team of researchers has developed a tandem solar cell that is extremely efficient and made up of perovskite and organic absorbers, which can be manufactured at costs lower than traditional silicon-based solar cells.