News - 2 Aug 2022
Global warming could become “catastrophic” for humanity if temperature increases are worse than anticipated or trigger cascades of events yet to be considered, or indeed both.
News - 28 Jul 2022
According to a new study, restoring coastal vegetation — so called “blue carbon” habitats — may not have as positive an impact as it was claimed to have.
News - 22 Jul 2022
Bluesky International’s geospatial data is providing environmental insights and informing future green space plans in a bid to enhance resident well-being, improve air quality, maximise...
News - 21 Jul 2022
Direct air capture technology removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and compresses it for sequestration or utilization, with the goal of assisting society in meeting net-zero emissions targets....
News - 11 Jul 2022
Barrier islands protect the coastline from storms, storm surge, waves and flooding. They can act as a buffer between the ocean and beachfront property. As sea level rises, barrier islands retreat, or...
News - 8 Jul 2022
New research published today in the peer-reviewed journal Science examines the potential for underwater noise pollution from seabed mining operations, which could affect the understudied...
News - 30 Jun 2022
Locally available, emission-free and baseload-capable: geothermal energy is an essential component of the energy transition. With GeoLaB, a new and unique underground research infrastructure, the...
News - 27 Jun 2022
Water can move through the ground more rapidly when permafrost thaws, resulting in a complicated subsurface flow system.
Taking measurements at the Barrow Environmental Observatory, 330 miles north...
News - 17 Jun 2022
Agriculture can be a powerful weapon in the battle against climate change, but the U.S. needs a Human Genome Project-like investment in research and development to seize that...
News - 16 Jun 2022
Marine scientists could benefit from a blueprint that helps them quantify calcium carbonate on the ocean floor. Also, it aids in tracking the health of coral reefs throughout the world.