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
Wind technology is growing—literally.
A study shows that yeast, an abundant waste product from breweries, can filter out even trace amounts of lead.
The agencies are testing three different fence designs created to keep protected species like the Houston toad and Louisiana pine snake out of construction zones.
Increasing sustainable use of the world’s forests would support economic recovery while providing environmentally friendly wood construction materials.
Texas A&M graduate Carl McAfee '90 is using polymer chemistry and recycled materials to make a sustainable impact.
The study identified types of habitat that could be targeted for bumblebee conservation.
Research team including Göttingen University assess the efficiency of agri-environmental measures from different perspectives
A new study shows that more accurate wind forecasts generated by a NOAA weather model is saving the utilities, and hence the consumers, big money.
Some types of soil act more like concrete than a sponge, allowing water to flow off to flood streams, creeks and rivers.
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