The AZoCleantech.com "Clean Technology Thought Leaders" series is a selection of articles and interviews covering the key issues facing the world of clean technology, renewable energy, environmental science and climatology. All interviews are conducted with experts who have been invited as recognised leaders in their fields to provide a "state of the art" contribution.
AZoCleantech speaks to Dr. Ken Chiang from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Chiang explains how his team instantly converted CO2 into a solid in a ground-breaking study.
AZoCleantech speaks with Richard Dinan, founder of Pulsar Fusion. Pulsar Fusion is a leading force in the European nuclear fusion technology sector. The company leverages scientific advances into commercial innovations across aerospace and energy.
AZoCleantech speaks to Amanda Cavanagh from the University of Essex about the future of agriculture in a changing climate and how bypassing a photosynthetic glitch could help us to future-proof our food crops.
In this interview, we speak to Unilever and UN Women about the key message people need to take from COP26 and the role science plays in fighting climate change.
AZoCleantech speaks to Dr. Junqiao Wu about his team's smart-roof coating development. The technology could be used to transform roof materials, automatically disabling radioactive cooling in the winter and keeping us warm and cool depending on the season.
AZoCleantech interviews Jonathan Carrivick from the University of Leeds about his research on the extent of Himalayan glacier melting. His team mapped ~15,000 Himalayan glaciers and found that they are melting at a greater rate than ever before.
AZoCleantech speaks to Ian Hatton from Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences about the consequences of industrial fishing and its effect on the ocean's natural balance.
AZoCleantech speaks to Shahar Chaikin from Tel-Aviv University about his latest research on the role of climate change on marine species migration and distribution. Chaikin and his team have found that the warming climate drives marine species to migrate deeper as the ocean they live in warms.
In this interview, we speak to researchers from MBARI about the Benthic Rover II and how it helps to monitor the deep-sea carbon cycle and climate change.
AZoCleantech speaks to Ferran Sayol from University College London who has researched human effects on bird biodiversity. Sayol details his recent study looking at how introduced bird species are failing to replace the roles of extinct birds.