Article - 15 Feb 2009
As the world becomes increasingly environmentally aware brides and grooms are responding by walking their wedding celebrations as green as possible. This article examines 'Green Weddings', also known...
Article - 7 Sep 2018
Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are becoming increasingly popular in not only the leisure market but for monitoring the environment. Besides being a fun toy to pilot (especially 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 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 - 9 Mar 2020
The EU has slowly comprehended the negative environmental impact the fashion industry possesses and is currently facing an enduring pressure to make the global value chain sustainable and...
Article - 14 Nov 2019
Thin film technology – the application of materials ranging between several micrometers and a fraction of a nanometer in thickness – is becoming a major focus of approaches tackling climate change.
Article - 25 Mar 2008
Atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are rising at an alarming rate in a variety of settings. In line with this, there are studies to indicate that soybean plant defenses go down as CO2 levels go up.