People believe that electric scooters (e-scooters) are eco-friendly means to travel around town. However, a recent study from North Carolina State University states that it is not that simple: shared e-scooters may be greener than the majority of cars, but they can be less green than numerous other options.
Situated in the western region of the Indochinese Peninsula, the Republic of the Union of Myanmar has several peculiar economic features. Green energy accounts for a substantial share of the nation’s energy balance.
A leading public health expert has been demanding a strategic program to create green burial corridors together with main transport routes as British graveyards and cemeteries are quickly running out of space.
A new study looks at green growth policies as expressed in chief reports by the World Bank, the OECD, and the UN Environment Program, and tests the theory against existing empirical evidence and models of the link between GDP and both CO2 emissions and material footprint.
The economic and environmental benefits of natural flood defences will be explored in a £467,000 University of Stirling-led project.
Humans’ craving for meat could be harming the earth. Most of the stages in the meat supply chain lead to greenhouse gas emissions.
The partnership between government and startups could help overcome the climate challenge while developing small businesses. Scientists state that discoveries could enlighten discussions on Green New Deal or any “forward-looking policy package.”
A study led by the Tyndall Centre at the University of East Anglia (UEA) reports that efforts to lower emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and deal with climate change in developed economies are starting to yield good results.
In the fast-evolving desalination industry, water is produced for drinking as well as for agriculture in the barren coastal regions of the world.
A new article reported in Conservation Biology suggests that the ability for big countries to contribute to environmental protection is being ignored.