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...
News - 18 Mar 2008
In a new NASA study, researchers taking advantage of improvements in satellite sensor capabilities offer the first measurement-based estimate of the amount of pollution from East Asian forest fires,...
Article - 17 Jan 2020
A panel consisting of 40 academicians from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, has said that a ban on plastics might seem like promoting a cleaner and greener future, but it could lead the environment...
Article - 1 Nov 2019
Cambridge Crops has developed an all-natural, edible food coating to slow down the food spoiling process, extend shelf life and reduce food waste cost-effectively.
Article - 19 Aug 2019
This article discusses the benefits of switching our use of single-use plastic to post-consumer plastics.
News - 4 Mar 2008
How well ocean reefs recover from the growing damage caused by warming sea temperatures depends both on how much the tiny coral polyps can eat, and how healthy they can keep the microscopic algae that...
Article - 6 Dec 2018
The ocean covers around 70% of the planet, add in all the lakes and rivers and there’s a vast amount of water on the globe.
News - 27 Feb 2008
While sampling blended biodiesel fuels purchased from small-scale retailers, researchers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution found that many of the blends do not contain the advertised amount...
Article - 11 Oct 2018
This article discusses using seaweed and popcorn as packaging in place of plastics
Article - 14 Sep 2018
Plastics are ubiquitous and it would be hard to go a single day without using plastic in some form. It has become part of our everyday lives, enjoying a wide range of uses including water bottles,...