News - 16 Jul 2020
Laura Jackson and Richard Wood, both climate scientists from The Met Office in the United Kingdom, have detected metrics that may provide early warnings of sudden variations in the European...
News - 11 Feb 2020
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Heavy rains that have brought much-needed respite to Australia’s East Coast have also caused dangerous floods across the state of New South...
News - 14 Sep 2018
A walk or drive along the tree-lined streets in São Paulo, the largest city in Brazil, you will see a number of tipuana trees (Tipuana tipu). Also called rosewood or tipu, it is a tall tree with...
Article - 5 Jan 2018
Green tribology plays a crucial role in ensuring that any friction and wear between materials occurs in an environmentally friendly way.
Article - 26 Aug 2008
The demand for clean and green means that there is also a corresponding increase in the unscrupulous practice of claiming green credentials, when in fact there are none, or very little. This practice...
Article - 29 Mar 2008
How to best offset emissions to slow global warming is among the puzzles that face policymakers, scientists, engineers, and the commercial sector. In this article, an overview of the forecasting of...
Article - 28 Jun 2022
Lithium iron phosphate batteries have excellent potential for the foreseeable future. This article looks at the overall benefits of the LiFePO4 battery and its applications.
Article - 28 May 2021
Research argues that fully integrated solar airports would significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and could be up to 10 times more effective than existing residential rooftop PV systems.
Article - 9 Aug 2016
A review of the key talks from ESOF 2016 covering aspects that affect the environment.
Article - 29 Sep 2022
The tipping point in the Earth's system is a threshold that, if surpassed, can result in significant changes to the climate system. While the precise thresholds of climate change that will set off...