Fuel cells that create energy using chemical reactions in soil-based organisms in successful field test in North-East Brazil.
The first large-scale study of the risks that countries face from dependence on water, energy and land resources has found that globalisation may be decreasing, rather than increasing, the security of global supply chains.
Researchers have developed a new approach to printed electronics that allows ultra-low-power electronic devices which could recharge from ambient light or radiofrequency noise.
High land-use intensity reduces the beneficial effects of biodiversity on ecosystem services.
North and South, rural and urban—the United States is a complex mix of cultures, mindsets, and life experiences.
Electricity plays many roles in our lives, from lighting our homes to powering the technology and appliances we rely on every day.
Fossil fuels still receive most of the international government support provided to the energy sector despite their “well-known environmental and public health damage,” according to new research from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
For most of us, office cooling and heating systems are like wallpaper: you only really notice them if they catch fire.
Month-on-month, year-on-year, the world continues to experience record high temperatures.
The Great Basin Center for Geothermal Energy at the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology is leading a Department of Energy project that aims to accelerate discoveries of new, commercially viable hidden geothermal systems in the Great Basin region of the Western United States.
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