Archive for April 2022
Poachers claim the lives of endangered Sumatran tigers
Deforestation and poaching mean the tigers could end up extinct like their Javan and Balinese counterparts.
‘Mechanical tree’ farms show promise for carbon capture
Carbon captured with these machines is destined to become other products as part of a circular economy approach to CO2 emissions.
EaaS solutions can address the energy efficiency gap
Research suggests that people often cannot get the same energy services that use less power while minimizing costs.
A gardening boom shows how gardens can cultivate public health
Even as Covid-19 restrictions have eased, we see some real lessons for the way gardening can continue to play a role in people’s lives.
Young activists can help lead the fight for a healthier planet
Young activists have a lot to teach the world about the climate crisis and how to approach these issues in the future.
Study: Solar geoengineering poses higher malaria threat risk
Malaria transmission peaks at 25°C, so intentional cooling could affect billions by shifting the risk of malaria as the planet heats up.