China's decision to leave the plastic waste supply chain has prompted Australia, one of its biggest customers, to figure out a new journey for its rubbish.
While individual action is an important step to restoring ecological balance to our polluted world, it’s not enough to really tip the scales. In order to really make a difference, the very industries that have polluted the world need to take action as well. This is where the US government comes in.
The international science collective believes it can now design and function nanoparticles to catch light missed by solar cells and convert it to usable energy, according to their study published in Nature Photonics.
A new approach to the challenges of recharging electric vehicles is rapidly evolving in Sweden - where a 1.5 km electrified road has been developed.
Rather than taking centuries to break plastics down, the process can be shortened to days, with a clear beginning of the microbe eating the plastics in just 96 hours after disposal. Indeed, this is a great beginning to an eco-friendly disposal of plastic waste.
With the huge amount of funds bestowed upon the progress and application of Solar Power across the nation, USA is ambitiously looking forward for to lead the world in Solar Technology.
Walmart Canada has announced a commitment to achieve zero food waste by 2025, while Walmart Foundation is providing $15m in grants to support Canadian initiatives and research to reduce food waste along the food chain from farm to fork.
Eli Electric has created Eli ZERO a compact two-seater which has a top speed of 25 mph and will debut officially in January 2019. Find out some remarkable new experiences awaits you in these vehicles of the modern era.
Infographic research conducted by UK kitchen retailer, Magnet, sharing crucial details upon the state of world food wastage by major food consumption countries from around the world.