A research team from Empa and Imperial College London has developed drones which equip trees with sensors to detect environmental damage in the forest.
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In the next five years, Europe has to invest in developing systems that measure and explain as to why some agricultural crops are growing well […]
Anyone who has entered the keywords “Bäume” and “sterben” (trees & dying) on the internet over the past few days will undoubtedly have been shocked […]
Even if you can’t imagine it with a snowy or rainy winter like this one: In the long term, the European floodplain forests are threatened […]
An international team of researchers, including scientists from the Karlsruher Institute of Technology (KIT), has turned our previous assumptions on the CO2 uptake of forests […]
Crops in greenhouse horticulture can be fertilized in a sustainable way by mimicking the action of a lightning bolt.
UNESCO supports an initiative that emphasises cooperation with the oil and gas industry to ultimately create one sustainable energy ecosystem.
By supporting climate-focused projects as well as being guided in changing their behavior, users of this app can contribute to a more carbon-neutral life.
German researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE have developed methods to produce photovoltaic systems with a homogeneous and brightly colored surface.
U.S. Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kammen is calling for a worldwide end to the subsidization of oil and gas companies.
According to a Danish scientist, forest conservation, agricultural development and poverty reduction are issues that are inextricably linked and therefore need to be tackled together.
A Dutch consortium is investigating the production of rubber using latex from dandelions. It offers a sustainable alternative to latex from rubber trees.
The shortage of (ground)water is considerable. Yet the Dutch city of Eindhoven has been pumping up its groundwater surpluses for years to stay dry. Mary Fiers calls for a more sustainable solution.
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.
IO columnist and sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra explains why he is pleased with the new WWF report on the state of the environment. "It presents solutions."
Every other week we take a look with sustainibility expert and Innovation Origins columnist Auke Hoekstra at what caught his eye where the preservation of our planet is concerned.
Every other week we take a look with EV specialist and Innovation Origins columnist Auke Hoekstra at what caught his eye on topical issues or […]
Approximately every fifth tree felled worldwide ends up as paper in our homes. It might be a book, a newspaper, a magazine, a writing pad, […]
According to meteorologists, the summer of 2020 could be the third summer of drought in a row. In Germany, the east and southeast will be […]
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 […]