A team of international scientists has found an environmentally friendly way of producing potential sunscreens by using cashew nut shells, instead of discarding them as waste. The team of âgreen chemistsâ from the University of the Witwatersrandâalong with colleagues from Universities in Germany, Malawi and Tanzaniaâhave been working on techniques to produce useful compounds from […]
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When it comes to concern about global warming, the good news is that a growing number of Americans are alarmed. The bad news is that most still are not alarmed, though they should be given what we already know, how…
Not only are the sustainable Geoship dome homes resistant to natural disasters, they are easily disassembled and relatively cheap to manufacture.
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We’ll get to climate, and the rumble in the Pacific, but I want to begin closer to home. It’s been a busy news week, so you might have missed an excellent story from my colleague Adam Morton on Tuesday revealing…
Cows love nibbling on this common pink seaweed growing off the coast of Australiaâand it apparently reduces their gassy emissions by 99%.
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This exciting new study from the University of Sussex shows that Europe alone could feasibly produce enough wind energy for the entire Earth.
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(NOAA Fisheries West Coast Region) An unprecedented survey has revealed the loss of about 85 percent of historical tidal wetlands in California, Oregon, and Washington. The report, published today in PLOS ONE, also highlights forgotten estuary acreage that might now be targeted for restoration.
Denmark’s national climate body has admitted it wrongly reported record warm temperatures on the center of the Greenland ice sheet last week, in what it called “good news from a climate perspective”. The Danish Meteorological Institute, which has a key…