6 September, 2018 – Airborne potable water straight from the atmosphere could provide a lifeline for arid regions, with the use of commonly available chemicals.
27 July, 2018 – The last hope of the nuclear industry for competing with renewables is small modular reactors, but despite political support their future looks bleak.
9 July, 2018 – The need to stop global warming in its tracks has spurred the growth of two smarter renewables that are helping to reshape the electricity industry.
5 July, 2018 – If motor manufacturers are right about the prospects for electric vehicle sales, an oil price crash won’t be far behind.
20 June, 2018 – As cooler waters tempt fish to escape growing warmth, international agreements on fishing rights become outdated, heightening tensions between states.
22 May, 2018 – If world temperature rises more than another 0.5°C, the consequences will be catastrophic for millions of the poorest people.
11 May, 2018 – Despite the “missing in action” US, delegates say the Bonn climate talks just ended made progress – but too little and too slowly.
1 May, 2018 – The future of the global climate treaty could hang on the outcome of talks under way in Germany aimed at turning its promises into action.
20 April, 2018 – Fears that the supply of cocoa beans would dry up have led a confectionery giant to help farmers avert a climate chocolate threat.
13 April, 2018 – With the highest efficiency standards, countries can cut household carbon emissions at no cost to consumers – and achieve the UN’s climate goals.
4 April, 2018 – Middle Eastern countries are welcoming nuclear power firms promising to meet their energy needs, while most of the world worries over reactor costs.