MIT researchers are attempting to develop a CO2 reduction strategy that will enable them to ‘upconvert’ this greenhouse gas into a useful rather than a detrimental product.
Green hydrogen from renewable electricity is valuable for realizing climate neutrality. They can substitute fossil fuels where direct electrification is not practical.
MIT researchers have devised the Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment (MOXIE), which has been generating an oxygen supply and could help answer some of the questions about how to make the most of an atmosphere abundant in carbon dioxide.
Moving to greener technology has become a necessity in every aspect of human life as the globe deals with the global climate issue. Naturally, businesses that are essential to daily lives are implementing such technologies into their operations.
A cross-sectional study was conducted by the Financial Economics II and Economics and Business departments at the UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country to determine whether economic peaks and troughs have different effects on internal (consumer motivations, attitudes, and perceived effectiveness) and external (environmental information and marketing) factors that affect green behavior, such as green activism and green purchasing.
Bluesky International’s geospatial data is providing environmental insights and informing future green space plans in a bid to enhance resident well-being, improve air quality, maximise biodiversity and improve surface water management at a large housing estate on the outskirts of Swansea.
An international team of scientists has developed an accurate record of preindustrial sea level utilizing precisely dated phreatic overgrowths on speleothems that provide a detailed history of Late Holocene sea-level change in Mallorca, Spain, an island in the western Mediterranean Sea.
Sheffield has received Tree Cities of the World recognition, bringing a wealth of benefits to local communities, now and into the future.
Hitachi Energy has launched its OceaniQ™ portfolio1 for the offshore energy environment, which will be showcased this week at the annual WindEurope event in Bilbao, Spain.
A team co-led team by the University of Surrey has successfully increased the levels of energy absorbed by wafer-thin photovoltaic panels by 25%.