A better more sustainable and desirable future requires humans to learn from past interactions with the environment. Multidirectional connections have been created throughout time from human reactions to change.
Climate change may be one of the most significant threats facing humankind. A new study shows that long-term climate change may ultimately lead to wars and population decline.
U.S. Senators Max Baucus (D-MT) and Jon Tester (D-MT), Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer, and representatives from state agriculture will join Targeted Growth, Inc. (TGI), a renewable energy bioscience company, and Green Earth Fuels, a vertically integrated renewable biodiesel energy company, as the two companies announce the formation of a joint venture called Sustainable Oils, Inc. at a press conference today.
New solutions to the ancient problem of maintaining a fresh water supply is discussed in a special issue of the Inderscience publication International Journal of Nuclear Desalination.
Breathing new life into an old idea, MIT Institute Professor Mildred S. Dresselhaus and co-workers are developing innovative materials for controlling temperatures that could lead to substantial energy savings by allowing more efficient car engines, photovoltaic cells and electronic devices.
China's CO2 emissions from using coal are set to double by 2030, the scale of which is significant in the context of mitigating global climate change. In view of the essential role of coal in China's energy system, it is vital to minimise emissions where coal is used.
First they went to Sweden together with the governor. Now Michigan Technological University and Michigan State University are teaming up to further support the developing renewable fuels industry in the state.
Ethanol plants have a new tool to enable them to increase the amount of ethanol they produce per bushel of grain. DuPont business Pioneer Hi-Bred has introduced QualiTraksm, a new measurement and reporting system that fa...
Chevron Corporation and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) today announced an energy research program to develop remote, ultra-deepwater exploration and production technology.
AMDL, Inc., with operations in Shenzhen, Jiangxi and Jilin, China, through its wholly owned subsidiary Jade Pharmaceutical Inc. (JPI), an international biopharma company that engages in the development, manufacture and marketing of proprietary pharmaceutical and diagnostic products, announced today that it has launched significant new expansion plans to increase annualized sales in FY2008, through the introduction of multiple new products and distribution strategies.
As part of its continued focus on finding innovative and sustainable solutions, The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) has begun construction on a project that will pipe methane gas, a renewable energy, from a local landfill to its Latex manufacturing site in Dalton, Georgia.
DuPont Applied BioSciences hosted a panel of leading experts on Monday who said that biofuels represent a sustainable solution to address growing concerns about energy security and climate change.
The panel included:...
More than 60 energy, environmental and other organizations have collaborated on a new report that could save Americans more than $500 billion in energy costs over 25 years and reduce annual greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to those from 90 million vehicles.
As more electrical goods look set to arrive in homes this Christmas, University of Essex scientists Dr John Woods and Steve Fitz, have been awarded funding to create an intelligent plug which can monitor electricity use.
Applied Materials has announced an agreement to acquire Baccini S.p.A., a leading supplier of automated metallization and test systems for manufacturing crystalline silicon (c-Si) photovoltaic (PV) cells.