In recent times, flooding from rivers breaching their banks has resulted in property damage and loss of life in France, Italy, Mexico, and South Africa, highlighting the escalating risks associated with climate change.
Recent research conducted at the University of Queensland reveals that a significant proportion, nearly a third, of the world’s mine tailings are stored either within or in close proximity to protected conservation areas.
Despite their tiny sizes, aerosols, such as sea salt, dust, and ash, play a giant role in shaping weather and climate.
Carbon capture is essential to reduce the impact of human carbon dioxide emissions on our climate.
Renewable energy today — mainly derived from the sun or wind — depends on batteries for storage. While costs have dropped in recent years, the pursuit of more efficient means of storing renewable power continues.
The Detmold Group is increasing its environmental sustainability focus, with the first of its multiple facilities flicking the switch to solar energy.
White, natural or geologic hydrogen is naturally produced or present in the Earth’s crust and represents a primary source of energy without carbon footprint.
NGK INSULATORS, LTD. announces that it has started a carbon dioxide capture demonstration at its headquarters area to achieve carbon neutrality through the NGK Group’s business activities.
Konecranes will provide 16 cranes to Hybar, an environmentally sustainable scrap metal recycling and steel production company in the United States.
Construction has begun in Antarctica for the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) with specialists arriving at Rothera Research Station to progress several projects to secure the future of polar operations and research.
Above: Space Development and Electric Sky successfully tested their first rapidly deployable, free-flying on-orbit platform, Archimedes, serving as an orbital system for solar panels, beamed power, and electronically steerable antenna arrays for communications and monitoring, as well as other space infrastructure functions.
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.
Imperial College London and Germany’s Technical University of Munich will collaborate to accelerate future technologies for sustainability and zero emissions.
A proposal for generating electrofuel from green hydrogen and carbon dioxide through a variety of techniques has been developed by VTT and its collaborators in the E-fuel project.
As the planet gets hotter, animal and plant species around the world will be faced with new, potentially unpredictable living conditions, which could alter ecosystems in unprecedented ways.