Article - 27 Jun 2012
Cellulose was first discovered by the French scientist Anselme Payen in 1838, when he noticed a resistant fibrous solid that remained behind after treating plant tissue with acids and ammonia.
Article - 11 Aug 2009
We've all now heard the warnings that potentially dangerous chemicals can leach from plastic containers into food and drink but what are these chemicals, how do they get out of the plastic and what...
Article - 9 Aug 2009
The retread tire industry are amused by the green bandwagon, since they were a green industry long before the word became fashionable. Thanks to retreading many hundreds of millions of gallons of oil...
Article - 12 May 2009
Financial and environmental costs mean the long term viability of motor racing is being critically questioned. A competitive racing car has been built using environmentally sustainable components and...
Article - 1 Jan 2009
With a new year often comes a new resolution to eat better and make healthier choices. But as the economy continues to struggle, many parents are left wondering how to provide healthy food options...
Article - 21 Dec 2008
There are myriad ways to make your holiday celebrations more environmentally friendly this year, according to scientists at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Article - 24 Jul 2008
As environmentally friendly green cleaning becomes more popular, knowing what cleaning product ingredients to avoid becomes as important as what brands and tools to use.
Article - 7 Jul 2008
Hydrogenics' Fuel Cell Power Products, available in a range of configurations, provide easily integrated solutions for a wide range of customers
Article - 2 Jan 2008
The surface temperature of the Earth has risen in the past century, with global temperatures rising by 0.7 to 0.9 ºC (1.3 to 1.6 ºF) per century since 1901.
Article - 19 Jun 2023
We spoke to Kate Melges, Project Leader for Greenpeace USA's Plastics campaign, about the key issues surrounding plastic pollution, the toxic hazards of recycled plastic highlighted in Greenpeace's...