Archive for August 2022
Why ‘mercy-killing’ wild animals is so controversial
Two wild animals that strayed from their ordinary habitats were recently killed in high-profile cases.
Recycling EV batteries require proper solutions
One of the barriers to recycling EV batteries is that people are unsure how to dispose of them.
Boosting food crops’ capacity for photosynthesis leads to higher yields
The research opens the way for bioengineering plants to improve their yields.
Nine out of 10 marine species could disappear by 2100, scientists warn
The worst-case scenario in global warming could cause a mass die-off in marine species.
How centuries of self-isolation turned Japan into one of the world’s most sustainable societies
Japan was self-sufficient in resources, energy and food and sustained a population of up to 30 million.
Dow to become first manufacturer to use SMRs in U.S.
Chemical giant Dow has announced plans to deploy small modular reactors (SMRs) to power one of its Gulf Coast facilities by 2030.