Category: Environment

Why Electric Cars Should Be Charged At Public Charging Stations In The Daytime

By Alice Clifford Electric car drivers should move to daytime charging at public charging stations by 2035 to save electricity and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, according to new research from Stanford. The study focused on the western United States and examined the stress the region’s electric grid will come under in the next 13

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International Climate Tech Center Launches In NYC

By Abigail Klein Leichman [themoneytizer id=”100031-1″] An innovation center for sustainable technological solutions to climate change in urban landscapes is coming to New York City’s SoHo neighborhood through a partnership among . Recommended from our partners The post International Climate Tech Center Launches In NYC appeared first on Zenger News. sdmonitornewsThe San Diego Monitor-News has

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Japanese Knotweed Creeps Toward People’s Homes Like Scenes From ‘The Day Of The Triffids’

By Simona Kitanovska Angry locals say Japanese knotweed has taken over a park and is creeping toward their homes like scenes from the horror movie “The Day of the Triffids”. Residents fear the fast-growing plant will knock thousands of dollars of the value of their properties unless the problem is tackled. They have blasted council

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High-Speed Storage Of CO2 Discovered In Bacteria Could Help Fight Climate Change

By Georgina Jedikovska An international team of scientists has discovered a new way of high-speed storage of carbon dioxide in a bacterial enzyme that could eventually help fight climate change. The accumulation of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has led to a steadily worsening of the climate crisis, which has, in turn, urged scientists to

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Scientists Discovered An Eco-Friendly Way To Produce Chemical Used In Plastics, Dye And Paracetamol

By Darko Manevski Scientists have found an eco-friendly way of producing a chemical widely used in plastics, dyes and paracetamol – which avoids using fossil fuels. Researchers from the Scotland’s University of Glasgow, in the United Kingdom, demonstrate a new method of creating anilines – which are currently produced using techniques which depend on fossil

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School Biology Fail: Kids Don’t Know Enough About Plants’ Answer To Climate Change

By Simona Kitanovska Children are not being taught enough about plants at a time when they could be the answer to global warming, scientists have warned. And this has led to people becoming “disconnected from the botanical world” of plants when understanding flora has become crucial to ecology. Even students starting masters’ degrees in biology

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