UN University foresees 24% wastewater increase by 2030; 51% by 2050.
Researchers study the possibilities of using hydrogen in agriculture.
A new algorithm developed by Texas A&M researchers can help engineers select optimal designs that maximize profit while lowering hazardous impacts.
Critical knowledge gaps on habitat loss in lower-income countries were also revealed by research co-authored by a Texas A&M geographer.
College of Architecture researchers are creating “smart skins” that allow structures to respond to heat, making them more energy efficient.
The politically negotiated Paris Agreement is thus also the economically sensible one, Potsdam researchers find in a new study.
To mitigate climate change and safeguard ecosystems, we need to make drastic changes in our consumption and transport behaviors.
In 2010, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began restoring the Broad Meadows salt marsh in Quincy, Massachusetts.
Meeting one of the great challenges of our time – providing a growing global population with food – requires research with a holistic perspective on food production, people’s eating habits, and the population increase.
This Copernicus Sentinel-2 image features an area in the Santa Cruz Department of Bolivia, where part of the tropical dry forest has been cleared for agricultural use.
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