The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research says in a study that drained peatlands are one of the main causes of climate change. Even worse than aviation.
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Climate change and its consequences can be felt all over the world. More and more species are threatened with extinction. Not only mammals and insects, […]
A dam right across the North Sea might be a protection against climate change, but the idea is – for now – primarily a warning
The sea-level is rising, year after year; up to an expected rise of up to 10 metres in the coming centuries. So how to protect […]
Earthworms, polar bears, bees and buttercups. Which animals and plants are best equipped for climate change? Which species can adapt or migrate and which ones […]
Water Authority Zeeland seeks innovations in the fight against climate change: “If we don’t do it, who will?”
Zeeland, on the Dutch North Sea coast, is not the first province you think of when it comes to innovation. All the more reason for […]
We assume that water is an unlimited resource every time we turn on the tap. But experts warn that climate change will affect our water […]
Whereas other plants (such as grapes) respond swiftly to changes in climate, alpine plants seems to take their time to adapt. It is true that […]
The Arctic climate changes will not increase the chance of colder winters in the short term. Analysis of climate models shows that relatively cold winters […]
They do good – and yet they are much better known for their negative effects: microbes. As soon as people realize that they might be […]
Whether as boiled, salted or fried potatoes, processed to fries or as chips – we Germans like them: the potato. About 60 kilograms is the […]
After another tumultuous post-truth fake-news year, I would like to present some do’s and don’t for truth finding in 2019. The example I take is […]
The Helmond Startup Lightyear, which is developing a solar-powered car, has received the Climate Change Innovators Award in the run-up to the Consumer Electronics Show […]
Tomorrow is good. In a weekly column, alternately written by Lucien Engelen, Maarten Steinbuch, Carlo van de Weijer and Daan Kersten, E52 tries to find […]
To what extent can geoengineering techniques provide a stopgap solution to global warming? Two Dutch universities explore options up in the clouds and stratosphere and in the oceans.
German researchers have analyzed what lessons we can learn from dealing with the corona pandemic that might help us get a grip on the climate crisis.
Large-scale aquaphonics are seen as a way to ensure food safety in future
To stop climate change and prevent the carbon dioxide content of the air from rising any further, technological processes are available that cut CO2 from […]
105 cities around the world including Berlin, Mexico City, Heidelberg, The Hague, Los Angeles and Iskandar have been named on CDP’s Cities A-List for their […]
The Dutch Technical University Delft (TU Delft) has become part of the International Universities Climate Alliance (‘Climate Alliance’ for short). The aim of this alliance […]
The launch of the new European satellite ‘Copernicus Sentinel-6’ will most likely take place later than the date originally planned on at the end of […]