Brownmillerite, found in natural mineral deposits, could help disinfect water in resource-poor regions.
The weathering of the Earth’s surface serves as a geological thermostat and new research says that the breakdown of rocks at volcanic sites could help consume some of the world’s atmospheric carbon.
Advances in sustainable, methanol-based fuels bring us a step closer to carbon neutral shipping.
Major world economies are investing more in green technologies, but how optimistic should we be?
Using a new model, experts say that without the global CFC ban we would already be facing the reality of a “scorched earth”.
The tool lets researchers, farmers, policymakers, and other interested parties test different land management techniques to find out which ones and where could be most beneficial for bees.
While extreme heat from climate change caused bleaching among the less disturbed coral reefs, those located in more populated and polluted waters adapted.
New membrane inspired from bamboo allows researchers to create new 2D material for better ion transport in batteries.
In 2010, volcanoes in Iceland grounded flights for over a week, and researchers in Romania are worried that Mount Vesuvius might do the same.
Researchers working to understand climate change, find inspiration in the most unlikely of places.