A recent study from Aalto University shows that less than one-third of the world's population could currently meet their demand for food produced in their local vicinity.
Wind, which generates less greenhouse gas emission than burning fossil fuels, is making up an increasing share of the energy production portfolio in the United States. But wind is not as efficient as coal or natural gas, causing some concern about its economic impact.
For NASA’s aeronautical innovators, when it comes to designing the next generation of passenger-carrying airplanes, you can think of it as being about four E’s: Environment, efficiency, electrification, and economy.
Results from the collaboration with scientists from the Air Force Research Laboratory could have applications in the aerospace, automotive and defense industries.
The output of solar energy systems is highly dependent on cloud cover.
During heat waves, people tend to crank up their home’s air conditioning not only because it got hotter outside, but also because it feels too humid.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service economists say producers should control what they can, and plan for what they can’t.
Oceanography professors say the Deepwater Horizon spill in 2010 changed the Gulf of Mexico in ways we are still trying to understand.
Urgent fundamental changes to ‘fast fashion’ clothing items which are treated by many as disposable is needed to stem a devastating impact upon the environment according to scientists.
Offshore energy-producing platforms in U.S. waters of the Gulf of Mexico are emitting twice as much methane, a greenhouse gas, than previously thought, according to a new study from the University of Michigan.
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