Water touches virtually every aspect of human society, and all life on earth requires it. Yet, fresh, clean water is becoming increasingly scarce — one in eight people on the planet lack access to clean water.
If the CO2 content of the atmosphere is not to increase any further, carbon dioxide must be converted into something else.
Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions are projected to increase by 1.5 billion tons this year, the second-largest increase in history, according to a new report from the International Energy Agency.
Hydrogen will be needed in large quantities as an energy carrier and raw material in the energy system of the future.
The physical harm of living near a drilling site can rival that of secondhand smoke or living next to a freeway.
The tool will help people, including resource managers and other officials, to address increasing concentrations of methane and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Ammonia (NH3) is among the most important chemicals produced by humans and has a promising future in sustainable energy applications besides being used in fertilizer production.
A new study by Oregon State University researchers found that shade provided by solar panels increased the abundance of flowers under the panels and delayed the timing of their bloom, both findings that could aid the agricultural community.
Concerns about climate change are driving a growing number of states, utilities, and corporations to set the goal of zeroing out power-sector carbon emissions.
QUT researchers have used carbon dots, created from human hair waste sourced from a Brisbane barbershop, to create a kind of “armour” to improve the performance of cutting-edge solar technology.
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