Information about past outlier conditions could provide valuable context to help operators better manage the grid during extreme weather.
Ten financial actors can accelerate a transition away from fossil fuels
While the benefits of pollinators to crop yield are well known, their effect on crop stability was poorly understood until now.
Encouraging adoption of EVs is seen by many governments as a key pillar of efforts to build a carbon-neutral economy, reduce urban pollution and roll back the impact of climate change
NOAA’s real-time observations to aid Naval Base Kitsap and mariners
A study shows that yeast, an abundant waste product from breweries, can filter out even trace amounts of lead.
Texas A&M AgriLife algorithms can help producers prevent economic damage.
Wastewater, commonly used as a dust suppressant for unpaved roads, also has significant environmental implications.
Agricultural and Food Policy Center analysis reflective of 64 representative crop farms
Texas A&M graduate Carl McAfee '90 is using polymer chemistry and recycled materials to make a sustainable impact.
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