The shipping sector has potential to gain profit by reducing carbon dioxide emissions.
Everyone hates road construction, even the soils and bodies of water around the roads.
CMU researchers have found a missing source of emissions that may explain roughly half of secondary organic aerosol.
The report was written for the Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership by world-leading researchers from the University of Plymouth.
People who live in more built up areas and spend less free-time in nature are also less likely to take actions that benefit the environment, such as recycling, buying eco-friendly products, and environmental volunteering.
The world’s transportation network is constantly growing. “Green asphalt” and sustainable bus transportation will ease the environmental impact of future transport routes.
The latest issue of The Takeaway explores the financial implications of coal-to-gas fuel switching in U.S. power plants.
If the aim of a 2,000 Watt Society is to be achieved, peri-urban residential neighborhoods – where the average single-family home consumes 6.5 times more power than that target – must adapt.
An F&ES analysis of 478 cities with populations of more than 1 million people finds that urban growth across the world is predominantly moving outward rather than upward, a trend that is generally considered inefficient and unsustainable.
The Wood Wonders exhibition to be opened at Helsinki Airport on the 5th of February will show passengers the innovations related to wood construction and display the sector’s latest developments.
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