Chemical engineers are at the forefront of the climate change battle, and among their most promising tools is direct air capture. To learn more, watch this video, which is part of an effort to bring science innovations to the classroom.
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The EU is reducing carbon production, thanks to hydrogen-fueled rail technology and new steelmaking technology.
Most people who live outside California don’t know that a large part of the state was originally a desert, and without water, it will revert back to desert.
Few of her peers were surprised when Professor Joan Rose received 2016's Stockholm Water Prize in Geneva last March, which celebrated her career sleuthing, identifying, and eliminating dan
What is the "true north of capitalism?" It's a vital question asked by the film Circularity: Preparing for the New Economy.
Last year the world began to decisively shift away from using coal to produce electricity. This reached a symbolic climax last week when Scotland shut down its last coal-fired power plant
China has discovered that it isn't easy to duplicate a shale boom fueled by a special cadre of small, wildcatting oil and gas exploration companies.
A new study suggests that Persian Gulf countries will have to endure extreme weather episodes with heat unbearable to humans.
Imagine a country with abundant energy — primarily gas and oil — but lacking almost any drinking water (ground or surface), which is essential for the cities, infrastructure, and in Qat
A breakthrough in the Paris climate talks suddenly seemed possible a year ago, after President Obama and Chinese Premier Xi Jinping — representing the world's biggest polluters — pl