Addressing the negative environmental impacts caused by fossil fuels and conventional refrigerants requires alternative and sustainable cooling solutions.
Champions come in all shapes and sizes, with different styles of leadership and ways of influencing others to drive positive change.
Making Europe go from bottled water to the tap will require political and societal attempts to induce behavioral change to mitigate the amount of plastic currently being consumed.
Around the world, cities and regions are showing significant drops in pollution and greenhouse gas levels.
Computational screens allow researchers to efficiently determine how different elemental combinations can alter material properties to quickly identify 2D materials for next generation battery anodes.
There has been a growing interest in delivering action with results on the ground, which is shaping how cities and urban areas are responding to climate change.
Dutch researchers develop a new computational model that could help turbine designers manage large uncertainties in wind and wave behavior.
A “spillway” for electrons could keep lithium metal batteries from catching fire.
Researchers have created and structured a collection of freely accessible global datasets to support future studies on floods, droughts, and their interactions with changing societies.
Researchers fabricate a highly selective ZIF‐8 gas separation membrane.
Today’s green chemistry technologies open the route to a broader and richer economy for lemons, well beyond the fresh fruit and fruit juice markets.
Researchers from Newcastle University and the James Hutton Institute explore how catchment systems engineering can be a holistic approach to solving some environmental problems.