News - 31 May 2022
A new study offers a range of new geospatial maps that enhance current knowledge of the global gap between present and potential carbon storage on land. Also, it provides a framework for action to...
News - 29 Apr 2022
Following the current historic decision of the United Nation to adopt a global treaty to bring plastic pollution to an end earlier this year, governmental negotiations on the agreement are set to...
News - 8 Feb 2022
According to a 2020 study, more plastic trash is generated by the United States than any other country in the world—approximately 46.3 million tons of it, which can be interpreted as 287 pounds...
News - 17 Jan 2023
With the growing population, climate action has become increasingly critical and is a major challenge to modern industry. When it comes to supporting a growing global population, food production is...
News - 15 Jun 2022
According to research published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), carbon storage capacity in forests worldwide is only 88% of its potential. The study aims to assist in...
News - 3 Sep 2021
From tropical storms to landslides, the form and frequency of natural hazards vary widely. But the feelings of vulnerability they can provoke are universal.
Growing up in hazard-prone cities, Ipek...
Article - 30 Aug 2021
Thermoelectric energy harvesting captures thermal energy from the environment and converts it into electricity without batteries or a grid connection. It is considered the best shot for significantly...
Article - 3 Sep 2020
Fuel cell systems in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) were first used within military applications, but their viability in terms of range, durability and reliability have quickly opened doors to a...
Article - 6 May 2022
In many places and seasons, soil moisture is a possible source of rainfall prediction. Two conditions must be met for these “hotspots” of soil moisture-precipitation feedback to exist.
Article - 8 Apr 2022
This article will look at seasonal associations with light pollution trends and their effect on nocturnally migrating bird populations. The research was published in Ecosphere.