Carbon credits are used by companies and corporations to offset greenhouse gas emissions, but are they simply an aid for greenwashing?
Carbon pricing has been highly criticized, but designing policies to address concerns can yield outcomes that are effective and equitable.
Splitting water with light via photocatalysis to create hydrogen could help reach net zero emission goals if the process can be scaled up.
Having organized all different formats of conferences, we believe that the hybrid format is here to stay.
Chicken feathers enhance the quality of biogas produced from human waste, allowing impoverished communities to generate their own power.
Hydrogels that incorporate whole algal cells offer new possibilities in building architecture and bioremediation.
Nitrogen and sulfur present in dye-contaminated wastewater are incorporated into an energy material, simultaneously addressing two important issues.
Microplastics are synonymous with risks to health and the environment, but how much of this concern is actually justified?
Implementing universal healthcare in low- and middle-income countries requires a robust implementation framework.
Digital management is the key to realizing renewable energy on a year-round, global scale.