A new study in Science Advances led by UMBC’s Tianle Yuan used satellite data from 2003 – 2020 to determine the effect of fuel regulations on pollution from cargo ships.
Study finds it necessary to conserve natural remnants of old foreasts in addition to restoring new forests.
The study presented novel modeling of multiple building electrification scenarios
Through public-private partnerships, restoration banking restores resources affected by pollution in Oregon and helps habitats recover faster.
A collaboration between professors and students at the School of Architecture yielded an eye-catching design with major potential for improving efficiency and sustainability in urban spaces.
Ten financial actors can accelerate a transition away from fossil fuels
Researchers found larger farms used fewer agroecological practices and that organic farming on large farms more closely resembled conventional farming
Although a significant amount of carbon has been caught and stored so far, governments should curb overestimation with reporting frameworks.
Sunnyside, one of Houston’s oldest historically Black communities, has been hit hard by many of the recent hurricanes that have struck along the Gulf of Mexico.
The findings have been revealed through the University's ongoing monitoring of marine conservation measures in Lyme Bay
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