Cardiff University researchers are exploring how waste heat from car exhausts could provide a new greener power supply for vehicles.
A new NASA study confirms that the surface temperature of Greenland's massive ice sheet has been rising, stoked by warming air temperatures, and fueling loss of the island's ice at the surface and throughout the mass beneath.
A GLOBAL Biofuels Biopact between rich and poor countries can help alleviate poverty in the developing world while helping to solve the problems of global warming and energy security in the developed world, says a new paper in the journal Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining published by SCI and John Wiley & Sons.
The global environmental movement seems to be stuck in a pattern: two steps forward, one step back. Case in point is this week’s news that a Chinese energy company is ready to open a chemical plant that uses coal to make synthetic diesel fuel, which creates almost twice the carbon pollution as conventional diesel fuel.
Tiny particles of pure silica coated with an active material could be used to remove toxic chemicals, bacteria, viruses, and other hazardous materials from water much more effectively and at lower cost than conventional water purification methods, according to researchers writing in the current issue of the International Journal of Nanotechnology.
A University of Southampton academic will talk about his plans to make solar energy a reality, on BBC Radio 4's Material World tomorrow (Thursday 21st February).
Standard microscopy and visible light imaging techniques cannot peer into the dark and murky centers of dense-liquid jets, which has hindered scientists in their quest for a full understanding of liquid breakup in devices such as automobile fuel injectors.
Honeywell today announced that Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Ore. has awarded the company a solar project that is expected to save the school at least $200,000 in energy costs over the next 20 years.
UP ON GREEN, LLC -- a first-of-its-kind environmental solution -- has just launched in the U.S. marketplace to help inform consumers about businesses' pro-environmental practices and help businesses embrace and communicate their 'green' initiatives.
When choosing the greenest option for lighting your home or office, look to the new light emitting diode (LED) light bulbs as the next generation green alternative.
At Mount Vernon Nazarene University, vegetable oil bathes French fries and other foods in a golden crust. Then it plows sidewalks, powers maintenance equipment and the occasional bus. It's a new "green" ini...
Artesian Utility Development, Inc., a subsidiary of Artesian Resources Corporation, has completed the preliminary engineering and design work on a regional wastewater treatment and disposal facility that will provide service for up to 40,000 homes in the northern Sussex County area.
Pratt & Whitney's Geared Turbofan demonstrator engine has successfully operated using an alternative fuel blend during Phase I ground testing in West Palm Beach, Fla. Pratt & Whitney and engineers from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), in a partnership under the NASA Fundamental Aeronautics program, completed the test using a synthetic fuel blend as part of a program comparing potential emissions benefits for future aircraft applications.
K Raheja Corp, one of the largest developers in the realty and construction industry in India, has signed the first ever Project Development Agreement (PDA) under the Clinton Climate Initiative's (CCI) Energy Efficiency Building Retrofit Program.
Recognizing Honda's application of fuel efficient and alternative fuel technologies, four Honda vehicles earned recognition from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) as the "greenest vehicles of 2008" with the Civic GX natural gas car taking the title of the greenest vehicle for the fifth consecutive year, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., announced today.