Atmospheric drying power may reinforce drought severity and intensify environmental impacts.
Chemists have developed a new approach for purifying rare earth metals using magnetism to avoid environmentally damaging mining practices.
Researchers develop a highly versatile and adaptable artificial leaf for solar water-splitting in various natural environments.
The enhanced emission of Cu nanocrystals/MOF composites is selectively quenched by TNT.
The potential of polycentric governance for promoting both climate mitigation and adaptation is well established. Yet, dominant conceptualizations of polycentric governance pay scant attention to how power dynamics affect the structure and the outcomes of governance.
The arts—especially art using a combination of sounds and visuals—can inspire different ways of thinking about and engaging with the world. At a time when global climate change’s effects are accelerating, climate change communicators would be wise to consider the arts to frame and articulate these complex challenges.
Wei Chen and co-workers control the thickness of a carbon shell encapsulating precious metal catalysts to yield efficient electrocatalysts.
Collective behavioural change toward less environmentally-impactful lifestyles, particularly in industrialised nations, remains a substantial and obdurate barrier to mitigating the impacts of serious environmental problems, particularly global climate change.
Osmotic engine: translating osmotic pressure into macroscopic mechanical force
A photocatalytic, palladium-free Stille-type coupling reaction is described.
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