Climate change has severe environmental and human consequences, and it is a big threat to economic stability. A new report examines cutting-edge, integrated research that supports the economic case for strong near-term climate action.
In recent years, the increasing presence of electric vehicles (EVs) on roads worldwide has coincided with the rapid expansion of the emerging EV market, which is projected to continue growing in the coming decade.
Rolls-Royce has established an innovative solution to increase fuel efficiency and flight range while reducing emissions in unburned hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides and maintenance costs.
In an important step towards a commercially viable green hydrogen industry, researchers have created a less expensive and more energy-efficient method of producing hydrogen straight from saltwater.
ZeroAvia, a British/American aerospace company founded in 2018, has recently made aviation history by flying a 19-seat Dornier 228 test aircraft powered by a hydrogen-electric engine.
According to a new study focusing on the Japanese steel industry, if people are committed to achieving zero emissions, the world must be ready for a scenario in which the amount of steel produced is reduced.
Fujitsu Limited and Teijin Limited today announced the launch of a joint project running from January to March 2023 to enhance the environmental value of recycled resources in the production of bicycle frames together with V Frames GmbH, a German manufacturer and distributor of carbon fiber reinforced plastic bicycle frames, and E Bike Advanced Technologies GmbH, a German manufacturer of bicycles.
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have made significant progress in producing “green” ammonia and, in turn, making “greener” fertilizers.
Plastics pose one of the largest environmental problems of the present day, and developing new methods to recycle or reuse this ubiquitous material is considered imperative to preserve both the natural world and the heal...
Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have been working on testing and unlocking the potential of space-based solar power (SBSP) on the recently launched Caltech Space Solar Power Project (SSPP).