Today, solar electricity comes from nearly a million homes, schools, hospitals, supermarkets, factories and fields. How do you track a million invisible energy creators?
Sea Grant announces $16 million in federal funding awards to support 42 research projects and collaborative programs aimed at advancing sustainable aquaculture in the United States.
A new report shows low carbon measures in cities could reduce urban emissions by nearly 90% and support 87 million jobs worldwide by 2030.
It can take several days for a large ship to unload its cargo. If the port doesn’t provide a clean power supply, pollution from the ships can be harmful to nearby communities.
Shinnecock tribe collaborate with scientists to restore shoreline devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
Stanford experts discuss a new sustainable development approach that balances the needs of people and nature.
For decades pollution in China has paralleled economic growth. But this connection has been weakened in recent years, according to a new international research study published in the Science Advances journal.
Chemical manufacturers consume a massive amount of energy each year separating and refining feedstocks to make a wide variety of products including gasoline, plastics and food.
Researchers find that large green spaces like parks and wetlands help maintain groundwater levels and support habitats among other benefits.
Researchers identified strategies for reducing regional emissions.
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