Article - 21 Jul 2008
There can be no more important mission for today’s innovators than saving the planet. In Australia, the cleantech industry recently rose to the challenge at Enviro 08, the nation’s premier conference...
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.
News - 18 Sep 2019
The development of new technologies often starts with funded university research. Venture capital firms are eager to back well-tested products or services that are ready to enter the startup phase....
News - 12 Aug 2019
A new study by scientists at Oregon State University (OSU) has shown that farmlands are the most productive places on Earth for solar energy.
The study, reported on August 7th, 2019, in...
News - 30 Jul 2019
Farmers struggle to match production demands due to the progressively stressful climate. In other cases, producers of renewable energy struggle to deal with intense heat and weather. With rising...
News - 3 Jul 2019
A new study has shown that irrigated farms within Wisconsin’s vegetable-growing Central Sands region considerably cool the local climate when compared to adjacent rainfed farms or...
News - 15 May 2019
Agricultural ecologists at the University of Göttingen were involved in collaborative thinking for the conservation of nature.
In agriculture and nature conservation, two different views...
News - 9 Apr 2019
Diversity rules out monotony: a colorful patchwork of small, variedly used plots can offer benefits to agriculture and nature. This is the result of a new research by the University of...
News - 17 Jan 2019
Even a good thing can turn harmful if it is taken in excessive amounts. That is indeed true in the case of nitrogen fertilizers. Crops do not grow well without adequate nitrogen, and as a result,...
News - 18 Dec 2018
The agricultural industry is the world’s largest source of non-CO2 greenhouse gas emissions, and IIASA-led study has discovered that shifting agricultural practices and a change in diet away...