New framework helps decision makers find science-based pathways to address water resources and connected sustainability challenges in the Indus River basin.
The Georgia Institute of Technology dedicated a new building Oct. 24 that rewrites the rules for sustainability in the Southeast.
The native Napier grass could hold the key to improving diets, boosting farming yields and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in East Africa.
Graduate students report on proposed bill to create a new department overseeing sustainability efforts in New York City.
Mechanical engineering students in MIT D-Lab are working with collaborators in Uganda on a solution for the health hazards associated with wood-burning stoves.
But researchers point to expected funding for stormwater capture and cleanup projects as positive step.
With its expansive lawn flanked by heritage buildings like Convocation Hall and University College, Front Campus is the historic centrepiece of the University of Toronto’s St. George campus.
Mangroves are crucial to the livelihoods and food security of local communities for the timber and other products that they provide, and the fisheries that they sustain.
One of the biggest deterrents to wasting food is getting people to think about what else those wasted dollars could be spent on, according to a Western-led report.
An innovative new study to develop microbial organisms to digest plastic waste has been made possible following a £1.5 million award from the ERA - Cobiotech programme of the European Union.
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