Researchers at the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) in Singapore reported a significant breakthrough in the Spring of 2009.
Algae is plentiful, homegrown and could help clean up the environment, while also powering our cities.
Good news - newly grown, compressed algae produces virtually the same oil as fossil fuels and is a product that can be used to power existing systems.
A Californian firm has found a way of re-oxygenating the world'soceans, which it firmly believes will help combat global warming.
A Californian firm has found a way of re-oxygenating the world's oceans, which it firmly believes will help combat global warming.
Adnams Brewery Distribution Centre in Suffolk, has become the first major construction in the UK to reverse the damaging effects of greenhouse gases.
Adnams Brewery Distribution Centre in Southwold, Suffolk, has become the first major construction in the UK to reverse the damaging effects of [...]
London is going to become the coolest' city with the most ambitious target for cutting carbon dioxide emissions than any other [...]
What does a dedicated climate activist do when asked to be a bridesmaid on the other side of the world?
The ethical organisation, Eprida, isdeveloping a small scale unit that will simultaneously transform agriculturalwaste into hydrogen-rich biofuels, while also [...]
Data for 350 kinds of mammals, birds, reptiles and fish show that the numbers of many species have more than halved. Unless we change our ways, experts say that the seas will become emptied of [...]