Operational and technical measures are the most viable route to emissions abatement and compliance for the existing fleet of tankers, bulkers and containerships as many of these are unsuitable for low-carbon fuel conversions that can also pose commercial and other risks, according to a study.
Methane emissions in milk production fell in 1960–2020 by an overall 57 per cent, and by 35 per cent for each litre of milk. This reduction is achieved through improved production capacity, health and feeding for the animals, as well as reduced herd sizes.
A sharkskin-inspired coating on planes will save thousands of dollars per flight and slash carbon emissions, says Aussie start-up, MicroTau.
Leading global provider of mission critical air and gas handling products, technologies and services, Howden, has signed a contract with European Energy to supply a hydrogen compression solution. This solution will deliver pure (green) hydrogen as feedstock to e-methanol production, fuelling maritime transportation.
According to a new study reported by Lorenzo Rosa from Carnegie, irrigation could be a strong tool for rising the food supply of the Earth since climate change helps shift the patterns of precipitation.
At the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), scientists have come up with an upcycling method that adds value to rejected plastics for reuse in additive manufacturing, or so-called 3D printing.
Essex-based SEA-KIT International, a leading provider of low-carbon uncrewed surface vessel (USV) solutions in active operation across the globe, has revealed a new USV design that focuses on hydrography and environmental data collection.
Olympus Corporation ("Olympus" - Director, Representative Executive Officer, President and CEO: Yasuo Takeuchi) announces that from April 2022, the company has begun to exclusively source 100% of the electricity used at its major R&D and manufacturing sites in Japan from renewable sources.
A new study led by Monash University scientists found DNA damage in endangered Purple-Crowned Fairy Wren nestlings exposed to hot and dry conditions during their first days of life.
According to scientists at Michigan Technological University, chemical pre-treatments that tend to dissect a few kinds of plastics that can help naturally occurring microbial communities break down plastic waste in a rapid manner.
Throughout the world, extreme weather phenomena are on a constant increase like frequent fires and droughts. Also, floods are a clear impact of climate change.
In the MXene layers, the nanoconfined water present in-between them offers a significant approach for protons to shift to and from the redox surface, so the properties of nanoconfined water will have a big impact on proton transport.
Researchers at the University of Queensland have found a species of worm with an appetite for polystyrene could be the key to plastic recycling on a mass scale.
Air pollution kills approximately 7 million people every year worldwide. According to researchers from McGill University, airports are hotspots for airborne pollutants that are detrimental to human health and the Earth's climate.
The relatively pristine coral populations of WA's inshore Kimberley region are better equipped to survive ocean warming than the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Marine Park, according to a new Curtin University study.