What if every single climate striker piled all their cash and put it somewhere where they actually can see it has an impact, wouldn’t that be an effective way to reduce global emissions? And the good news is, you don’t need to invest in some green-washed index fund, there are plenty of “actively” managed alternative funds.
Worldâs Biggest Liquid Air Battery â âThe Climate Emission Killerâ â is Now Under Construction in England
One of the biggest challenges with widespread implementation of renewable energy is storageâbut now in England, a trailblazing company is developing the world’s first liquid-air battery storage facility for renewable energy. And the zero-emission concept costs half as much to produce as lithium-ion batteries. Capable of powering 200,000 homes for a whole day and storing […]
There’s some good news in New Jersey about a potentially deadly tick-borne bacterium. Researchers examined more than 3,000 ticks in the Garden State and found only one carrying Rickettsia rickettsii, the bacterium that causes Rocky Mountain spotted fever. But cases of tick-borne spotted fevers have increased east of the Mississippi River, and more research is needed to understand why.
The species “could be a rare global warming winner.” Adélie penguins may experience a population boom in the years to come. Researchers strapped GPS trackers and video cameras to 175 penguins to track the penguins’ behavior. The lack of sea…
Trailblazing Gardener Discovers How to Grow Vegetables in WinterâNow He’s Helping Others Do It Too
Austrian farmer and botanist Wolfgang Palme discovered how to grow crops in winterâand now he’s helping other communities grow their own winter produce.
New research by an international team of scientists indicates that – if greenhouse gas emissions continue unabated – inhospitably hot regions on Earth may expand from a current level of 0.8% to 19% by 2070.
Porous rock containing oil and natural gas are buried so deep inside the earth that shale operators rely on complex models of the underground environment to estimate fossil fuel recovery. These simulations are notoriously complex, requiring highly-skilled operators to run them. These factors indirectly impact the cost of shale oil production and ultimately, how much consumers pay for their fuel.