Article - 14 Sep 2021
Solar radiation management (SRM) sparks perhaps the greatest controversy of all proposed climate change prevention strategies. This article explores its potential to be the future of fighting climate...
News - 27 Mar 2008
Human-induced global warming is proceeding more rapidly than expected, and there are many reasons to suggest that future climate change will exceed today's mainstream projections. Failing to...
Article - 15 Apr 2021
For Earth Day on 22 April, AZoCleantech is taking a closer look at deforestation and exploring drone reforestation technology with real, scalable potential to help Earth recover from the harmful...
Article - 12 Apr 2021
Volvo-owned Swedish electric performance car brand Polestar has announced its ambitious goal to have the world’s first carbon-neutral car on the roads by 2030.
News - 20 Mar 2008
With World Meteorological Day taking place worldwide on 23 March, the World Meteorological Organization is marking the annual event with a global call for increased investment in weather, climate and...
News - 19 Mar 2008
Nuclear regulators, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the Environment Agency (EA), today announced that the first step of 'Generic Design Assessment'(GDA) carried out on four designs...
Article - 28 Apr 2020
This article discusses the causes and effects of sea-level rise and how it is affecting the US coastline. It also looks at the need to reduce global warming and climate change.
Article - 27 Aug 2019
Sensors can be used to assist farmers in evaluating their land, registering waveforms within the entire electromagnetic spectrum, collecting data not visible to the naked eye.
News - 26 Feb 2008
Today sees the latest new funding announcement by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), including funding for two new research centres and continuing support for another. These will make a...
News - 29 Jan 2008
Ocean surface currents have long been the focus of research due to the role they play in weather, climate and transportation of pollutants, yet essential aspects of these currents remain...