Engineering

Five ways to cool cities as temperatures soar

As Australia heads into an El Niño summer, UNSW's Dr. Negin Nazarian, an expert in urban climate, explains five crucial strategies to keep cities—and people—cooler.

Engineering

A renewable energy-based bi-directional heat trade system

Global energy trends are shifting toward digitalization, decarbonization and decentralization. Global warming and climate anomalies attributable to environmental pollution featured in the daily news indicate that the threats ...

Engineering

Climate change creates complications for concrete

Pennsylvania drivers know the effects that weather can have on paved roads—potholes, cracks and other pavement woes are a common occurrence. Climate change is accelerating the process, with devastating consequences for ...

Energy & Green Tech

How does this professor's garden grow? On a Denver rooftop

Colorado State University professor Jennifer Bousselot is growing a garden on top of a building in Denver as part of her ongoing research into "green roofs" and her efforts to educate the public about their many benefits.

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