News - 4 Dec 2007
If Europe wants to meet its 20% binding target for renewable energy by 2020, it must increase its use of offshore wind, delegates heard today at the opening of the Offshore Wind Conference in Berlin,...
Article - 26 Aug 2019
This article questions whether clean technology can be aided by quantum computing.
Article - 18 Nov 2013
Ceramics are inorganic and non-metallic materials found in various applications. Key properties consist of ceramics being strong, yet brittle in nature, chemically stable, heat resistant,...
News - 25 Feb 2021
According to a new study, ships are considered as the polluting 'elephants in the room' and there has been no debate on this in spite of a worldwide drive to make oceans cleaner.
News - 27 Nov 2020
Specialist energy consultancy Vysus Group is approaching a new phase of work with global solar developer Belectric Australia, which will ultimately bring one of Australia’s largest solar farms...
News - 6 May 2020
Debates around the Green New Deal have largely centered around climate change concerns on land. But a group of scientists are calling on policymakers to include oceans in the deal.
The Green New Deal...
News - 8 Feb 2016
Underwater sound linked to human activity could alter the behaviour of seabed creatures that play a vital role in marine ecosystems, according to new research from the University of...
Article - 19 Aug 2019
Japan began to look into its pollution problem back in the 1970s when particulate matter levels in the air reached dangerous levels. This article discusses how Japan is tackling pollution through...
Article - 3 Jul 2015
Within the European Union, Denmark has remained a front runner in the push towards developing renewable energy sources.
Article - 25 Jun 2015
Germany has a diverse range of ecosystems: coastlines along the Baltic and North seas, fertile plains, highlands, forests, and the mountainous Alps in the southern part of the country.