UC Santa Barbara experts weigh in on the effects of offshore wind energy
Study finds low-rise, high-density urban environments are optimal for reducing GHG emissions.
Texas A&M research into corrosion-resistant materials could help engineers construct safer structures in the future.
Most International Federations in this summer’s Olympics are taking minimal if any action at all on climate and the environment, a new study has found.
Trillions of gallons of water are used annually to prevent power plants from overheating. A Texas A&M research group is looking into alternative methods of cooling steam turbines.
New research could mean fewer adverse impacts from plastic waste and cheaper lubricants used in vehicles and industrial activities.
The EU funded project DAFNE has developed a methodology for avoiding conflicts of use in transboundary rivers.
BOTTLE Consortium effort develops model that finds sizeable energy and carbon-saving benefits for recycling pet, a common plastic used in bottles, clothing, carpet
A new study calculates the waste generated by N95 usage and suggests possible ways to reduce it.
In his PhD thesis, EPFL researcher Martí Bosch proposes a method for spatially quantifying the impact of mitigation measures – planting green spaces and using different building materials – on the urban heat island effect.
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