Scientists on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean have enlisted sea turtles to help with vital research into tropical cyclones
Weather changes from the use of harmful gases in the 1960s have started to go back to normal after the ban.
There's good and bad news for Mother Nature.
Don't think you should give up meat to combat climate change? The way you view the world might explain why.
Horizon 2020 funds from the European Commission are changing the face of innovation at the Unversity of Latvia in Riga.
Engineers and researchers working in tandem have developped a robotic prosthetic that closely imitates the 'natural architecture' and synergy of the hand.
This new renewable energy generator takes moisture out of the air and turns it into an electrical current.
Researchers in the Netherlands and Denmark are testing the performance and the financial viability of this next-generation of biofuel.
Thanks to BestMedGrape, a European project that brings together winegrowers, researchers and entrepreneurs from several Mediterranean countries, the waste of grapes after the harvest is being used to produce cosmetics and health products.
The special solar cells work the same as their daytime counterparts but in reverse.
A European project is helping to bring new life to degraded land, working to transform and reinvigorate the soil with organic compost and man-made 'technosols'.
Fashion capitals have been outed as the biggest producers of textile waste.
The University of Gothenburg found people who think they're best at being eco-friendly are worse than others.
Getting rid of mushroom compost has become a major logistic and economic challenge for growers, one that is now the focus of a European research project.
Researchers have found that consumers get more pleasure from purchases labelled as green.
Which party leader had the largest social media engagement? Which issues have become central to the election campaign?
New research shows young people would be willing to reduce their yearly earnings by more than Generation X.
Most of us might think sewage is just a waste product, but a group of scientists in Belgium are seeing it very differently. They've launched a project to recover precious metals like gold and silver from what we're all flushing away.
Researchers have claimed that the study published in July 'strongly overestimates' the impact of restoring forests.
It is time to test how addicted you are to the digital world.
Explosives training has always been a dangerous undertaking for security workers, but a special substance is designed to make officials and passengers safe
Roya Aghighi's biogarmentry is made from cells that photosynthesise as you wear them.
5,000 years ago, ancient Egyptians cultivated the chicory plants which are not only beautiful but health boosting. And even today, the plant’s healing qualities are still revealing themselves.
Many of the greatest challenges facing the world today revolve around sustainable energy: how to create it, how to store it, and how to use it most efficiently.
Increasing agricultural production, living in more environmentally friendly buildings and on a more human scale are the goals of various technology projects in Serbia and Slovenia.
Experts sound alarm over rising microplastics in Mediterranean Sea