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Mar 21, 2024

Carbon-neutral beef? Argentina’s new certification could promote more climate-friendly livestock production – if it’s done right

ph. Cattle are major producers of methane, a potent greenhouse gas. AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano Paul Winters, University of Notre Dame In Argentina, where beef is a symbol of national pride, a government-led partnership has started certifying certain livestock as carbon neutral. It’s a big step that shouldn’t be underestimated, but getting the

Mar 19, 2024

Revolutionising the Future: The Green Transformation of Energy Storage

In the perpetually shifting tableau of global energetics, an unyielding quest for sustainability and proficiency has ushered in a novel epoch of ingenuity within the domain of energy conservation technologies. Amid escalating apprehensions regarding climatic transmutation and the imperative to curtail carbon footprints, the sector has witnessed an influx of verdant initiatives aimed

Mar 18, 2024

The Ramifications of Climatic Alterations upon Asiatic Nations

Climatic alterations emerge as a paramount challenge within the contemporary epoch, with Asiatic territories at the vanguard, confronting its stern repercussions. The extensive and variegated continent of Asia, domicile to beyond 4.5 billion souls, harbours a plethora of ecosystems, ranging from the towering summits of the Himalayas to the expansive, low-lying coastal vicinities.

Mar 14, 2024

Wood: building on an abundant natural resource

In France’s southwestern Gironde department, where half the area is covered by forests, authorities in 2022 built a secondary school with wood from local pine trees. The Pian-Médoc school, located between the city of Bordeaux and some of France’s most famous vineyards, reflects a push to find practical uses for wood from nearby

Mar 13, 2024

Unearthing Sustainability: Geology’s Keystone Role in Environmental Guardianship

At the nucleus of environmental stewardship resides an elaborate and profound liaison with geology—a discipline that not merely unravels the chronicles of Terra but also shepherds us towards sustainable tomorrows. The role of geology in environmental custodianship is cardinal, imparting enlightenment on natural mechanisms, stewardship of resources, and the attenuation of environmental repercussions,

Mar 12, 2024

Revolutionising the Future: The Dawn of Eco-Intelligent Engineering

Amidst an epoch increasingly underscored by the imperative to confront climatic metamorphosis and ecological deterioration, the notion of eco-intelligent engineering dawns as a luminary of ingenuity and sustainability within the realms of edifice and construction. This nascent discipline signifies not merely an incremental evolution but a foundational shift in our conceptualisation, execution, and

Mar 11, 2024

Urban Farming: Growing Greens in the Concrete Jungle

In this compelling episode of “News of the Week” hosted by Mike, listeners are taken on an enlightening journey into the heart of urban farming – a revolutionary movement transforming concrete jungles into green, productive spaces. Mike delves into how cities worldwide are repurposing rooftops, balconies, and vacant lots into vibrant farms and

Mar 5, 2024

Engineering a Greener Future: The Fusion of Sustainability and Innovation

In an era where the imperatives of environmental sustainability and technological innovation are increasingly becoming intertwined, green engineering emerges not merely as a discipline but as a paradigm that seeks to bridge the gap between ecological stewardship and industrial progress.This nexus of sustainability and innovation within green engineering is crafting pathways towards a