It seems to work for other plants they've have tested as well—even under drought-like conditions
The formula, which calls for a combination efficiency technology and peak load management, could eliminate need for one third of US coal and natural gas power plants
Researchers calculated that mangroves, salt marshes and seagrass meadows store roughly the equivalent of the annual carbon emissions of France—with an estimated value of $190 billion per year.
A team calculated that a decarbonized world could lose 9.5 million fossil fuel jobs—and gain a whopping 17.4 million renewable jobs.
Researchers develop a nutrient-enriched, gel coating for seeds that soaks up moisture and could buffer plants against drought
Cattle may not be the best thing for the climate, but new study shows they could play a role in tackling plastic pollution
Barred owls are, in a way, the Terminator of owls, built to win out in a human-influenced world. Spotted owls are not.
A New Zealand team found that batteries could be dramatically smaller and more efficient if they are deployed collectively in neighborhoods—rather than for individual households
Crop residue left on the ground locked up carbon in the soil four times longer than if they were cleared away
The climate, water, and energy footprint of reusable products depends more on how they are used—than how they are made.