State lawmakers approved legislation to start the process of building a coastal barrier to protect the upper Texas coast from hurricanes.
As climate change continues to cause unpredictable and extreme weather events around the world, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University researchers are calling for engineers to rethink how they design for flood prevention.
Texas A&M researchers are developing an ocean renewable energy station that could combine wind, wave, current and solar energy methods on a floating offshore platform.
A Texas A&M-Galveston project from the Marine Engineering Technology Department will show students how to build solar panels and wind turbines.
In 2020, stores sold out of garden seed, coops and rabbit cages. Now, we have an idea how much protein people can grow in their backyards.
UChicago, Argonne to develop test systems to save energy, benefit underserved communities.
Wellbeing can be maintained in a degrowth transition.
The Gulf of Kutch is home to India’s first national marine reserve.
A new modeling study led by two NOAA researchers highlights the vast challenges and potentially damaging consequences of solar geoengineering actions large enough to ward off extreme warming by the end of the 21st century.
Solar panels also benefit the welfare of the lambs by providing shade.
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