Article - 3 Sep 2008
As transport improves, borders come down and tastes broaden, the food we eat comes from becomes increasingly distant and diverse locations, farmed in potentially damaging ways. The idea of sustainable...
Article - 4 Mar 2022
Amidst increasing occurrences of extreme meteorological events due to climate change, the need for effective warning systems and weather monitoring systems is ever greater. OTT HydroMet explains how...
Article - 5 Mar 2012
This "Thought Leader" contribution by Dr. Aleksandra Drizo, CEO of PhosphoReduc, discusses the development and implementation of phosphorus removal technologies, phosphorus re-use as a soil amendment...
Article - 16 Sep 2008
The modern green collar job doesn't neccesarily refer to the role itself, but the industry being serviced. That industry sector is associated with sustainability, the environment and cleantech. This...
Article - 1 Dec 2021
Urbanization has led to drastic changes to hydrologic systems due to the replacement of vegetated areas with impervious surfaces, modification of overall water and sediment budgets, and a decrease in...
Article - 30 Apr 2020
Climate change, urbanization and rapid growth in the global population have increased reliance on groundwater.
Article - 14 Dec 2018
Many people are predicting that the Internet of Things (IoT), a system of devices with distinct IDs connected to the internet, will have a massive disruptive effect across many industries
Article - 31 Mar 2017
The future of clean technology is promising, and while we cannot correct the damage that has already been done, there is still hope in our ability to adapt for the better.
Article - 3 Aug 2016
Dr Michael Hardman from the School of Enviroment and Life Sciences from Salford University talks to AZoCleantech about relocating the growing of food to urban areas.
Article - 8 Jun 2015
Comprised of the separate countries of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, the United Kingdom is home to more than 66.5 million people living within almost 95,000 square miles.