IIASA researchers explored optimal pathways for managing groundwater and hydropower trade-offs for different water availability conditions as solar and wind energy start to play a more prominent role in the state of California.
Most of the cities in Michigan will be dealing with harsh consequences of climate change, and vulnerable groups who are disproportionately affected by it will continue to do so now and into the future, according to a new University of Michigan study.
New technology developed by engineers at the University of Alberta shows potential in cleaning and decontaminating process water from oilsands production.
Two studies led by ISGlobal explore how natural spaces influence well-being.
Commercial real estate owners and managers, as well as their tenants, are increasingly exposed to impacts of flooding, such as a higher potential for property damage, business disruptions and loss of life.
The Georgia Institute of Technology dedicated a new building Oct. 24 that rewrites the rules for sustainability in the Southeast.
Scientists gather to discuss practicality and feasibility of systems to reduce the threat of coastal storm damage along NY & NJ coastlines.
But researchers point to expected funding for stormwater capture and cleanup projects as positive step.
With its expansive lawn flanked by heritage buildings like Convocation Hall and University College, Front Campus is the historic centrepiece of the University of Toronto’s St. George campus.
Researchers at the UAB, in collaboration with the UB and the company Litoclean, manage to decontaminate an aquifer with a high concentration of organochlorine compounds biologically by bieostimulating bacteria capable of breaking down these compounds.
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