As Australia swelters through a long, hot summer, the effects of heatwaves and the likelihood of ambulance callouts is at the heart of new Griffith University research.
A remote community of mud huts and corrugated iron roofs in the arid savannah of West Africa could be a trailblazer for a new form of carbon-free energy. T
While sustainability reporting is a widespread practice in the private sector, new research shows that the same cannot be said for Ontario municipalities.
In a bid to meet growing food production and energy needs in low- and middle-income countries, solar-powered groundwater irrigation is rapidly gaining ground.
The fountain of youth has eluded explorers for ages.
Humans make use of tens of thousands of different kinds of plants, many rare and endangered.
Air conditioning doesn't just cool the air – it can also reduce the risk of harm from bushfire smoke, new research suggests.
A new University of Michigan-led international study finds that fruits and vegetables grown in urban farms and gardens have a carbon footprint that is, on average, six times greater than conventionally grown produce.
Temperature, day length and humidity have been found to be linked to the increased spread of a diarrhoeal illness a new study from the University of Surrey reveals.
Exposure to air pollutants, even at very low concentrations, was associated with adverse changes in cardiometabolic risk factors in a recent Finnish study.
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