Results from the collaboration with scientists from the Air Force Research Laboratory could have applications in the aerospace, automotive and defense industries.
The expansion of farmlands to meet the growing food demand of the world’s ever expanding population places a heavy burden on natural ecosystems.
Urgent fundamental changes to ‘fast fashion’ clothing items which are treated by many as disposable is needed to stem a devastating impact upon the environment according to scientists.
Managing water use in its vineyards is a top priority for the E&J Gallo Winery and other vintners in California’s Central Valley, an area that often experiences drought.
In wake of wildfires, paleobotanist Peter Wilf and his colleagues call attention to the importance of Australia's ancient forests and their living fossils.
MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub researchers are investigating how the layouts, or textures, of cities influence extreme weather events.
Startup’s award-winning technology creates sustainable drinking water.
More than three quarters of New Zealand’s retail food waste is being saved from landfill, in stark contrast to Kiwi households, Otago researchers say.
Well before COVID-19 forced faculty to figure out how to teach their courses online, a multidisciplinary project to develop online case studies for sustainability was being developed across the University of Michigan.
UCLA study offers new way to look at temporary solutions that could buy more time for our planet
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