Article - 17 Sep 2012
In this interview, David Archer, Managing Director of Advanced Plant Nutrition, talks to AZoCleanTech about the impending world food crisis and issues with phosphate fertilisers.
News - 21 Dec 2007
Home buyers appreciate the benefits of “green” communities, but residents don’t necessarily lead more eco-friendly lives than their neighbors in traditional homes, according to two...
Article - 8 Dec 2008
In the midst of the most severe global financial crisis in decades, the World Bank has urged the international community to look to Latin America for innovative solutions to avert a climate crisis
News - 20 Nov 2007
New solutions to the ancient problem of maintaining a fresh water supply is discussed in a special issue of the Inderscience publication International Journal of Nuclear Desalination.
Article - 30 Jul 2008
Biofuels have been attracting lot of attention and controversy in the media. Some of this has been fuelled by the rise in grain, rice, maize and wheat prices.
News - 18 May 2020
Worldwide, grasslands that feed a majority of the grazing animals have been changing into shrublands in a so-called “woody plant encroachment.”
The flume at the outlet of the watershed...
News - 18 Sep 2018
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News - 12 Nov 2015
Ideas are the oxygen of growth in the zero carbon economy, and organisations need to be fed with these big, scalable, commercially-viable ideas to be able to address climate change. Climate-KIC...
News - 13 Mar 2008
Promoting the green design, construction, renovation and operation of buildings could cut North American greenhouse gas emissions that are fuelling climate change more deeply, quickly and cheaply than...