Chinese authorities are investing heavily in green energy. The country has become a world leader in solar and wind power. This rapid expansion was made possible by the approach taken by authorities.
In 2015, a group of middle school students from Falmouth, Massachusetts, noticed a problem in their local waterways: plastic was everywhere.
Is the water in your home actually safe, given that water utility companies in the U.S. aren’t required by law to monitor the water that specifically enters a building at its service line?
Greater use of electric vehicles might be good for the environment, but further growth hinges on continued availability of critical battery components such as cobalt.
Systems approaching viability in field tests of Duke-led Gates Foundation "Reinvent the Toilet" project.
Louisiana is losing coastal wetlands at an average rate of a football field every hour.
An Oregon land use policy creates a large economic value for some private homeowners who are allowed to protect their shoreline against erosion, according to a new Oregon State University study.
With water scarcity intensifying, wastewater treatment and reuse are gaining popularity. But some methods for killing microbes in wastewater create disinfection byproducts (DBPs) that could be harmful to human health.
A new book shows how we can adapt the built and natural environment to be more flood resilient in the face of climate change.
With about half the world’s population living close to the coast, using seawater to flush toilets could be possible with a salt-tolerant bacterium.
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