A Novel Material for CO2 and SO2 Capture

A new hope arises for carbon capture and storage as a new material synthesized by researchers of United Kingdom’s University of Nottingham was discovered...

Bio-Bus, UK’s First Poo-Powered Transport Service

The first ever bus powered by human poo is about to start transporting passengers on a route to one of the airports in the UK....

Bio-Bean Turns Coffee Grounds into Clean Fuel

British startup converts tonnes of waste coffee grounds into carbon neutral fuel. Coffee grounds are known for being a perfect natural fertilizer. But, the great...

4 Degrees That Help Us Become Better Stewards of Our Planet

With an ever-increasing trend of "save our planet," there come to the surface four distinct degrees that touch on various facets of preserving our...

Environmental Performance Affected by Ethnicity and Religion, Study Claims

Research at University of East Anglia (UEA) has found that countries with diverse ethnicity or religion do not try to improve their environmental performance....

Chinese Kindergartners More Knowledgeable About Electric Cars

Not many were introduced to electric cars as early as kindergarten. Yet, in China, Tesla is providing an educational program for kindergartners to learn...

New Solar Cell Behaves Like Actual Plant

There’s an efficient new solar cell that can basically perform the job of any plant: convert carbon dioxide into fuel. Instead of a photovoltaic...

Dutch Scientists Say Reducing Speed Limits to 50 MPH Would Cut CO2 Emissions by...

Holland is a country many people mention for its cleanliness and low-speed driving (120 km/h max on motorways). Still, there's room for more, as Mattijs Otten and Huib van Essen from the University of Delft released a study saying that the CO2 emissions would be reduced by 30% in the long run by reducing the speed limit to 80 km/h (50 mph).