KNX is stepping up its efforts in the fight against climate change and has announced the first KNX Hackathon on the topic of sustainability for this year.
According to a new study focusing on the Japanese steel industry, if people are committed to achieving zero emissions, the world must be ready for a scenario in which the amount of steel produced is reduced.
While intact forests act as essential climate regulators and biodiversity hubs, they are disappearing fast. Agriculture is widely regarded as the primary cause of forest loss, but researchers argue that agriculture is not the only one to blame.
Through its innovative Direct Liquid Cooling (DLC) technology, CoolIT, a Canada-based firm with a 20-year service history, offers a sustainable and energy-efficient solution to maintain ideal temperatures in computing facilities like business data centers and supercomputers.
Global climate tech accelerator and regranter Subak today launches applications for its 2023 cohort and calls on not-for-profit startups with data-led climate missions to apply.
Researchers recently provided new insights into the atmosphere’s “self-cleaning” ability.
The world is currently experiencing a climate crisis. Heatwaves, for example, are becoming increasingly common, longer, and much more intense as a result. In 2022, for instance, heat waves reached alarming levels, breaking records in so many countries, and up to 15,000 people died.
Tom Battin, an EPFL professor, analyzes the existing knowledge of carbon fluxes in the world’s river networks in a recent journal article.
A “parade” of atmospheric river storms that have pummeled California since late December is finally ending, and drier days are ahead.
Climate change and human activities strongly influence forests, but researchers have not fully understood the pervasiveness of these stressors and how they will shape future forest structure.
Beginning in January, the Urban Future Lab at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, in partnership with Greentown Labs, will provide a soft landing pad in the U.S. for the third cohort of Innovate UK's Global Incubator Programme
With rising concerns about energy and water management, microbial electrochemical technologies (METs), such as microbial fuel cells, have emerged as promising solutions.
The University of Ottawa SUNLAB research improves the accuracy of measurements of bifacial solar panels, a significant long-term renewable energy source, by taking ground cover into consideration.
According to recent research published in Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science by Brazilian researchers working in Brazil, Norway, and the United States, an increase in marine heatwaves as a result of global climate change in the coming years will have a huge impact on lifeforms in the environment, including those at the bottom of the food chain.
Carbon dioxide removal is key to meeting the climate goals outlined in the Paris Agreement. A new study analyzes what fair and equitable burden-sharing means for nature-based carbon dioxide removal in developing countries.