About a quarter of the world’s electricity currently comes from power plants fired by natural gas.
Good news for a new year! In 2022, NOAA helped to recover over $114 million from polluters to restore six waterways following oil spill and industrial pollution incidents.
On many summer days, trees, shrubs, and grasses across the New York metro area soak up as much carbon dioxide as is generated by all cars, buses, and trucks, according to new research.
The total amount of microplastics deposited on the bottom of oceans has tripled in the past two decades with a progression that corresponds to the type and volume of consumption of plastic products by society.
An insidious category of carcinogenic pollutants known as “forever chemicals” may not be so permanent after all.
Determining greenhouse gas emissions precisely and consistently is essential for mitigating climate change.
New research shows that disproportionately large amounts of carbon accumulate at the bottom of deep-sea trenches.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed the world, including how people used their cars.
The use of disposable plasticized medical gowns – both conventional and biodegradable – has surged since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scientists at the Energy and Bioproducts Institute at Aston University are to start a project to convert Indonesia’s unwanted rice straw into low-cost energy on a commercial scale.
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