Renewable Energy
17/12/2014
Research is showing that matching wind-energy supply with energy demand could open new markets for wind farms.
04/12/2014
Department of Energy's SunShot Initiative to develop a technique that they believe will significantly improve the efficiencies of photovoltaic materials...
04/12/2014
Australian scientists have developed graphene-based supercapacitors that are so light they can be used to create electric vehicles that are powered by their own body parts, instead of batteries.
Sustainable Development
04/12/2014
On December 1st, COP 20 began in Lima (Peru) and was widely seen – as Elias Ntungwe Ngalame in an article for Deutsche Welle (DW) rightly notes – by environmental experts “as a crucial springboard to COP 21 in Paris” next year.
04/12/2014
The graduates leaving universities now are entering a very different world from that encountered by their forebears – even a decade or so ago. It is marked by uncertainty, complexity and rapid change, manifested through a bewildering array of global issues relating to economic instability, climate change, inequity, loss of biodiversity and migration, to name a few.
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