In this September edition of our Free for All series, we change the pace by covering a great example of an interactive and informative online map of climate change—the Climate Impact Map created by the Climate Impact Lab. The … Read more
It’s April and it looks like I will finally be caught up after this month’s dump of cool technological advancements. With that said, let’s jump into this right away!
How about this for a recent discovery, scientists found 120,000 cubic … Read more
Yep, you guessed it, another month of headline dumps from my list of cool technological advancements coming down the pipeline. Let’s jump right into it folks!
Government research suggests that the wonder material graphene could be used to clean the … Read more
There is always so much to talk about in the world of solar energy; as such, our focus will remain on this topic in November.
First, here are a few ideas to improve the efficiency of solar cells. Stanford University … Read more
In this monthly feature, we span the globe to examine Our Changing Landscape with time series of medium resolution RapidEye satellite imagery. The RapidEye archive dates back to late 2008 and already contains more than 5 billion square kilometers of … Read more
Are you doing research on climate change? Or perhaps you are just curious about the future climate of our blue and green ball orbiting the Sun? If either is the case, you should check out the Climate Inspector which is … Read more
There are always tons of advancements in the world of solar technology, so this month let’s turn our attention to this industry.
Organic solar panels are very attractive as if their efficiency can be increased, they are cheap and easy … Read more