The Texas A&M College of Engineering's James Kaihatu joins a team that will study the vulnerability of petrochemical facilities in Galveston Bay and risks to nearby communities.
Study shows epigenetic changes, passed to new generations, may solve paradox of rapid resistance
London saw increases of around 50% in surface ozone (O3) compared to previous years
By delving into scientific, technological, environmental and economic data, Cornell Engineering researchers have examined whether New York could achieve a statewide carbon-free economy by 2050.
Land ecosystems currently play a key role in mitigating climate change.
Research-grade air quality sensors are costly—around $40,000. For cities trying to monitor their greenhouse gas emissions, the cost may limit the number of sensors they can install and the data they can collect.
In the transition toward clean, renewable energy, there will still be a need for conventional power sources, like coal and natural gas, to ensure steady power to the grid.
"If you eat mussels, you eat microplastics."
The bedrock beneath our feet has a reputation as an inhospitable place.
Diverting urine away from municipal wastewater treatment plants and recycling the nutrient-rich liquid to make crop fertilizer would result in multiple environmental benefits when used at city scale, according to a new University of Michigan-led study.
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