Research & research reports

Research & research reports

Research & research reports - 2nd category

Scientists explore environmental advantages of horticultural bioplastics

  New bioplastic materials may enable gardeners to tend their plants more sustainably and could even help plants "self-fertilize" and grow healthier roots, according to...

How GMOs Help Us Reduce Food Waste & Its Environmental Impact

  Producing enough food to meet the needs of a growing global population, while limiting our impact on the environment is undoubtedly one of the...

World’s Largest Fish Traced by Environmental DNA

  DNA floating in the sea can give researchers crucial information for tracking whale shark populations, a new study shows. Getting DNA samples from rare animals...

Scientist Goes It Alone on Climate Change to Save His State

  This 19th century fishing village stands three feet above sea level at the bottom of the coastal plain known as the Inner Banks. It...

Pope Francis’s edict on climate change has fallen on closed ears, study finds

  The pope’s call for action on climate change has fallen on closed ears, research suggests. A study by researchers in the US has found that...

Murder of Brazil official marks new low in war on Amazon environmentalists

  It was just after sunset in Altamira, a small town nestled on a curve of the Xingu river in the heart of the Amazon...

Baiting Sharks May Be Really Good—or Really Bad—for the Fish

  The controversial practice of baiting in shark diving has been called into question in response to several recent incidents, as unsuspecting sharks attracted to...

Oldest Panda in Captivity Dies in Hong Kong

  Jia Jia, the world’s oldest giant panda living in captivity, was euthanized on Sunday at Ocean Park, an animal theme and amusement park in...

Consequences from Antarctica Climate Change

  Extreme Antarctica ice melt provides glimpse of ecosystem response to global climate change New research led by Portland State University glacier scientist Andrew Fountain reveals...

Energy Subsidies Should Focus on Storage and Cutting Demand, MPs Say

  Subsidies to reduce the risk of blackouts must focus on energy storage schemes and cutting demand instead of "dirty diesel", MPs have urged. Currently, power...
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