Farmers have enough worries - between bad weather, rising costs, and shifting market demands - without having to stress about the carbon footprint of their operations.
Ingeteam, a global technology Group specialized in electric power conversion, has announced today that it commissioned 50 GW of electrical wind power conversion equipment to date, thanks to consistently strong sales of wind power converters and wind control cabinets.
A research collaboration led by The University of Western Australia has created a new technique that speeds up the development of seeds, producing better quality and more abundant pulse crops.
Marine mammals like whales and seals usually communicate vocally using calls and whistles. But now a Monash University-led international study has discovered that wild grey seals can also clap their flippers underwater during the breeding season, as a show of strength that warns off competitors and advertises to potential mates.
Almost on the threshold of Christmas, Loro Parque celebrates this Tuesday, 17 December, its 47th anniversary, in a year in which it has reinforced its love and commitment to nature and animals through the fight against plastic.
Biotechnology byproducts can be recycled to improve soil health while maintaining crop yields and reducing carbon emissions. A study recently published in Agrosystems, Geosciences & Environment analyzes the potential advantages of a novel type of crop fertilizer.
A specialized silk covering could protect seeds from salinity while also providing fertilizer-generating microbes.
A technology for growing a small garden right in an office or home has been co-developed by two EPFL Master’s students.
Farmers struggle to match production demands due to the progressively stressful climate. In other cases, producers of renewable energy struggle to deal with intense heat and weather.
Diverfarming, the European project established by the European Commission within its Horizon 2020 program, looks for environmental sustainability among low input management practices and crop diversification.