The ocean is a critical life-support system for our planet through its role in global climate regulation. It absorbs most of the carbon emissions and heat trapped in the atmosphere which are a result of human activities.
Scientists at Aston University will investigate a more environmentally friendly way of extracting impurities from water.
Bluewater has proudly partnered with Climate Action at COP28, aiming to break the stranglehold of single-use plastic bottles at major events.
The Canadian military’s attempts to lessen the effects of underwater noise pollution on species during training exercises in the Pacific Ocean are examined in a recent study by researchers at Simon Fraser University, while they note that more needs to be done.
Concerted efforts and commitments are needed to solve the complex trade-offs involved in reducing the impact of aviation on the climate, according to new research.
Methane stands as the Earth's second-most prevalent greenhouse gas, and its emissions have been swiftly and enigmatically escalating since 2007.
Despite their tiny sizes, aerosols, such as sea salt, dust, and ash, play a giant role in shaping weather and climate.
The combined efforts of Oxford researchers and their partners herald a new era in environmental monitoring and climate change mitigation, showcasing the power of AI and space technology in tackling global challenges.
The North China Plain (NCP) is a region with some of the worst air pollution conditions on a global scale. Air pollution dominated by higher PM2.5 concentration, is well-documented for its adverse impacts on both human health and socioeconomic progress.
Europe's journey towards environmental sustainability is taking a significant turn with the advancement of chemical recycling technologies. A recent study reveals that chemical recycling could contribute up to 34% to...