There is a conveyor belt of water that runs throughout Earth's oceans. Its churning is driven by variances in the temperature and saltiness of the water, and weather patterns across the globe are controlled by its activity.
Australia’s award-winning travel adventure company Aurora Expeditions is calling for applications to join the world-first Antarctic Climate Expedition in 2023, led by renowned oceanographer, marine biologist, explorer and conservationist Dr. Sylvia Earle.
Farming needs to urgently scale and pace the adoption of nature-based solutions for addressing climate change and biodiversity loss or face an uncertain future, warns the Nature Friendly Farming Network.
StoreDot, the pioneer of extreme fast charging technology for electric vehicles, continues its global expansion and the development of future solid-state batteries with the opening of an R&D innovation hub in California, USA.
While most UK farmers are using agri-tech, many are doubtful of its ability to help them meet net zero targets, a nationwide survey by Agri-EPI Centre has revealed.
You can’t see it happening. But what goes on below ground in a forest is very important in determining its fate.
SSE apprentices working in offshore wind were today (20 Oct) hailed for their role in powering the UK’s efforts to get to net zero at a stop of its COP26 electric bus roadshow at Greater Gabbard, Lowestoft.
Sub-Saharan Africa is developing rapidly. With growing economies and increased trade, major road infrastructure plans have been developed for the region
The economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic caused CO2 emissions from buildings and construction to fall significantly in 2020
In many regions around the world, the effects of climate change are already being felt today.
Humans are shaping environments at an accelerating rate. Indeed, one of the most important current topics of research
Nitrous oxide (N2O) is a potent greenhouse gas, with 300 times the warming ability of carbon dioxide.
A new study reconstructs the path of frozen trees as they made their way across the Arctic Ocean over 500 years.
UMass Lowell faculty are pooling their expertise to train young engineers, scientists and policymakers how to protect threatened water resources.
Climate change is causing temperatures to rise and is also increasing the likelihood of storms, heavy rain, and flooding