Article - 30 Aug 2016
Thermal energy is produced through the movement of particles within a system or object, it can also be referred to as kinetic energy.
Article - 20 Jul 2015
Canada is largely defined by its size, as the second-largest country in the world, and sparse population, with about 75 percent of Canadians living within 100 miles.
News - 6 Feb 2008
Increasing public concerns about climate change -- and its potential economic and political security consequences -- are driving public policy and private investment to bring clean energy technologies...
Article - 17 Jul 2015
The country is divided geographically and culturally into three sections by the Carpathian Mountains and the Transylvanian Alps: Moldavia in the northeast, Wallachia in the south and Transylvania in...
Article - 15 Jul 2015
The northernmost country in Western Europe, Norway, the land of the midnight sun, is known for its fjords, or long, narrow and mountainous inlets, along its coast. Two of these fjords, the...
Article - 10 Jul 2015
Human settlements occupy just 3 percent of the land in Sweden, which is a country about the same size as California, and forests cover 69 percent of the land.
Article - 2 Jul 2015
Costa Rica is considered to be the most biodiverse country on the planet. In an effort to preserve the natural habitats of this nation, Costa Rica has recently emerged as a global leader in promoting...
Article - 29 Jun 2015
Formally known as the Republic of Korea, modern South Korea was formed as a consequence of the agreements between the Soviet Union and the United States after World War II.
Article - 19 Jun 2015
With a population of more than 180 million and covering almost half of South America in land mass, Brazil is the world’s fifth largest country in terms of both area and population.
Article - 30 Jan 2015
Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking as it is more commonly referred to, is the process by which underground rock is fractured by a highly pressurized fluid containing water, chemicals and sand.