When you hear “stem,” you might think of the stem of a plant. But just as the physical environment needs roots to grow, the future of that environment literally needs science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) instilled in the new generation to continually evolve. Here are three examples.
If a tree falls in a forest and nobody’s there to hear it, does it make a sound? Moreover, what happens to it? This is becoming a legitimate issue for landscapes in British Columbia, and two new biomass plants are turning a negative into a positive.
One thing that hasn’t changed in Texas is the community’s loyalty, tenacity and selflessness when the time comes to lend a hand. Here are four everyday employees who lent theirs during one of the worst natural disasters to ever make landfall on the Gulf Coast.
“Build Smart.” It’s the message surrounding Executive Order 88, a law mandated in New York City that’s challenging the energy efficiency of facilities no matter what industry. And New York’s premier transit system is no exception.
With today’s standards for sustainability, it’s important for desalination to keep up. Here are three components of reverse osmosis (RO) that can make desalination a safe and efficient solution for power stations, public taps and the like.
Municipal, commercial and industrial leaders all pursue conservation differently depending on their needs. However, many resilient, circular and energy-efficient projects have a shared interest: They want “zero.”