A new type of textile facade cleans city air of nitrogen oxides, one of the biggest pollutants in the air. This could improve air quality in cities.
Thanks to artificial intelligence, traffic conditions can be better estimated, leading to improved traffic flow and a lower environmental impact.
Dutch research institute TNO will supply key optical equipment for the European Sentinel-5 satellite, which will monitor the earth's atmosphere for air pollution and emissions from 2022 onwards.
British scientists also see a link between COVID-19 and particulate matter in Dutch province of Brabant
Evidence that there is a clear link between the prevalence of particulate matter in certain regions and COVID-19 are becoming increasingly clearer.
One of the positive knock-on effects of the corona crisis has been a significant reduction in pollutants emitted by traffic, industry, and aviation. Scientists from, […]
Sutherland Avenue in the London borough of Westminster is the first street in the United Kingdom to have its lampposts converted into charging stations for […]
While politicians, the car industry and motorists in The Netherlands and Germany are arguing about driving bans in the major cities, the British university city […]
Nitrogen oxides (NO and NO2) are emitted primarily during combustion processes which involve coal, oil, gas, wood, waste and engines. But they are also generated […]