An outline £10 million co-investment agreement has been signed by the University of Leeds and the companies involved in the power supply upgrade of the East Coast Main Line.
Finland is committed to halving the amount of fossil fuel used in road transport by 2030.
Saudi Arabia is contructing a futuristic city in the desert on the Red Sea called Neom.
International research led by geologists from Curtin University has found that a volcanic province in the Indian Ocean was the world’s most continuously active — erupting for 30 million years — fuelled by a constantly moving ‘conveyor belt’ of magma.
Turbulence is an omnipresent phenomenon – and one of the great mysteries of physics.
Researchers at Texas A&M University have come up with an economical, green solution that can help underprivileged communities with their water and electricity needs.
Researchers at the University of Liverpool have unlocked new possibilities for the future development of sustainable, clean bioenergy.
Today, the imminent climate change crisis demands a shift from conventionally used fossil fuels to efficient sources of green energy.
Within the scientific community, it is estimated that artificial intelligence — otherwise meant to serve as a means to effectively combat climate change — will become one of the most egregious CO2 culprits should current trends continue.
Fracking operations at a site in Blackpool, UK, have caused an unintended release of methane gas into the atmosphere to the equivalent environmental cost of 142 trans-Atlantic flights according to new research.
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