Degrowth is a sustainability strategy that is attracting increasing scientific interest and generates a lively debate.
At the 2023 Clean Energy Education and Empowerment symposium, participants emphasize working together to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
Circular Panels is a collaborative endeavor that aims to harness the sound-dampening capabilities of bio-foam while aligning with principles of the circular economy.
A team of pioneering scientists from the Center for Advanced Bioenergy and Bioproducts Innovation (CABBI) has a noteworthy breakthrough in the intricate realm of molecular chemistry.
Two labs within Los Alamos National Laboratory have earned recognition for their sustainability-conscious culture: the Chain Lab in Genomics and Bioanalytics and the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT).
Canadian subsurface intelligence company Ideon Technologies has been named an industrial affiliate of Stanford University’s Mineral-X program – an exclusive research community uniting the fields of geosciences, resource economics, data science, and artificial intelligence (AI) to inform optimal decision-making along the critical minerals supply chain.
In a study published in ACS’ Environmental Science & Technology Letters, researchers have investigated the presence of microplastics in clouds above mountains.
The George Washington University has announced the formation of a sweeping new university-wide initiative that will reach across schools and disciplines to create a strategic alliance dedicated to the mission of combating climate change and promoting healthy and thriving resource systems for all.
In the first study to examine ice cores from the summit of the highest tropical mountain in the world, new evidence provides unique insight into the climate record of the Amazon Basin over the last six decades
Excessive CO2 in the atmosphere significantly contributes to global warming.
Researchers from ICIQ (Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia) in Spain devised self-propelled micromotors to cleanse wastewater, generating ammonia as a potential green energy source.
From scorching heatwaves to torrential downpours and devastating storms, the disastrous effects of global warming are sweeping across the world.
It has long been clear that man-made greenhouse gases are changing the climate - but there are still important details of climate change that are not well understood.
Today an international research team, including scientists from the University of Vienna's Environment and Climate Hub, introduces a unique approach in fighting the climate crisis.
In a paper published today in Nature Climate Change, an international team of academics explore the ways in which research has shown that a changing environment affects how our brains work, and how climate change could impact our brain function in the future.