Scientists Develop 'Programmable' Cement Particles For More Durable Concrete
Scientists at Rice Iniversity say they are able to create a "programmable" cement which could make concrete stronger. This also benefits the environment since concrete manufacturing contributes greatly to greenhouse gas emissions. Programmable cement would mean less concrete will be used in buildings, decreasing cement production.
Everything You Need To Know About Vegetarian Diets And Why It's Best For The Environment Too
Considering That Vegetables Are Indeed Essential For A Person's Health, How Can It Be Best For Our Environment? Can Vegan Diets Be The Key For Global Warming? Find Out What Experts Have To Say
Climate Change Is Hindering The Cooling Properties Of Earth Volcanoes
Volcano eruptions have quite a few positive impacts on Earth. That is why scientists have detailed the consequences that Earth could face as a result of climate change wreaking havoc on our planet’s volcanoes.
Carbon Emission Stalls For Three Consecutive Years
Good news for the planet: No significant increase in Global Carbon emission for three straight years. The estimate, though, does not include other greenhouse gases, including the much more potent methane, and emissions from non-industrial sources.
Cows’ Flatulence, Methane And Carbon Gases Are Sources Of Pollution In California
Who would’ve thought that nature’s gas can cause a big problem in the atmosphere? Cows’ natural gas contains high in methane and considered as an extreme pollutant.
Fuel From Greenhouse Gases Converted From Underwater Solar Cells
Engineers from Stanford reinvent anti-corrosive silicon solar cells to make artificial photosynthesis underwater possible.