Using cellulose-based fibers and nanotechnology to remove arsenic from drinking water.
Fresh waters are plural and valued variously, in ways that bear critical‐constructive decolonial scrutiny in the twenty‐first century.
A team of researchers from Ireland report on the mechanisms of how atmospheric cold plasma (APC) improves the germination of seeds.
Now that climate scientists can make better projections of climate change, biologists need to project and prevent its impacts on biodiversity.
The Rotibot decontaminates water using functionalized microbeads (yellow) accumulated around the rotifer mouth (blue).
Climate resilience is increasingly prioritized by international development agencies and national governments. However, current approaches to informing communities of future climate risk...
The potential of the proposed local communities and Indigenous peoples’ platform to effectively engage traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) for climate policy is...
A strong theoretical insight into the struggles surrounding the future of coal in Germany.
The literature on climate change litigation highlights key emerging, interdisciplinary themes including the role of science, time, place and human rights claims...
The 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change's collective goal—keeping global warming “well below” 2°C above pre-industrial levels—remains ambitious.