As renewable energy sources such as wind and solar expand, they could be used to manufacture hydrogen fuel in a sustainable manner.
An interdisciplinary team of the University of South Florida researchers is aiming to safeguard the environment by preventing pollutants from entering a local stormwater pond, which runs into Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.
Scientists have invented a novel way of converting seawater into drinking water, which might be beneficial in disaster zones where electricity is scarce.
Researchers have identified the threat greenwashing poses to a 'nature positive' world, one where environmental decline halts and biodiversity outcomes improve.
Researchers from Princeton University have devised an extraction method that significantly reduces the amount of time and land required for lithium production, offering an environmentally friendly solution to a critical energy challenge.
Energy infrastructure giant, SSE Energy Solutions, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the West Midlands Combined Authority to deliver green energy projects in the region.
The consequences of a warming climate frequently dominated the news this summer, from devastating wildfires and floods to deadly heat waves across the globe.
If the Chicago region replaced 30% of all on-road combustion-engine vehicles with electric versions, it would annually save more than 1,000 lives and over $10 billion, according to a new Northwestern University study.
Upgrading, or retrofitting, the world's iron and steel processing plants early could reduce carbon emissions by up to 70 gigatonnes by 2050.
The world's first study of the increase in pollution from landscape fires across the globe over the past two decades reveals that over 2 billion people are exposed to at least one day of potentially health-impacting environmental hazard annually – a figure that has increased by 6.8 per cent in the last ten years.
72% of cetacean and pinniped stocks managed under US jurisdiction are highly or very highly vulnerable to climate change, according to a study published in PLOS ONE led by Matthew D. Lettrich.
Semifinalists for the third annual Seeding The Future Global Food System Challenge have been announced and 38 teams of innovators will now vie for a part of $1 million USD across three award levels – two Seeding The Future Grand Prizes ($250,000 each), three Growth Grants ($100,000 each), and eight Seed Grants ($25,000 each).
Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas and is the second-largest contributor to climate warming after carbon dioxide.
Challenger energy supplier So Energy has launched a new industry-leading SEG tariff.
Researchers in the University at Albany's Department of Geography and Planning at the College of Arts and Sciences are receiving $5 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to support a new project that aims to improve the health of Albany's urban forest and educate the next generation of local climate leaders.