Every 800-gram loaf of wholegrain bread manufactured in the U.K. produces the equivalent of 0.589 kilograms of carbon dioxide.
The researchers found that the concentration of ACE in pools and hot tubs is up to 570 times higher than the levels found in tap water.
People are starting to acknowledge the potential of electric vehicles in the automobile market, especially when it comes to saving energy and being green. Now that EV batteries are falling faster than anticipated, it seems there is more to the phenomenon.
In addition to making plants into capacitors, the scientists also made fuel cells that work inside plants to turn their sugars into energy.
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority have detected abnormally high sea surface temperatures on the UNESCO world heritage site, indicating that another massive bleaching event will soon hit the already dead reef.
Do people get crazy if they are always in overcrowded places? This is one of the several questions explored by scientists who want to study the effects of population density on humans, especially now that the human population has since doubled in just a few decades.
Tesla's solar roof will roll out before the year ends. Aside from harvesting power from the sun, it will be aesthetically compatible with many different home styles.
A new study revealed that humans are responsible for starting 84 percent of all wildfires in the continental United States from 1992 to 2012.
Of the states examined, North Dakota had the highest rate of spills, with 4,453 incidents.
Large palisade enclosures from the Neolithic period have just been uncovered, but what it means remains a tantalizing mystery.
People are starting to try to tackle the unprecedented bee crisis with the help of various tools. One of them is to use robotic bee "drones" to pollinate plants in the absence of said actual bees.
Mexico is getting its own electric vehicle brand, courtesy of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helu and the help of an unlikely partner: a bread giant.
The gaping wide Batagaika crater continues to expand at an alarming rate, unearthing long-forgotten forests and stored greenhouse gases.
After going through five years of drought, California is now under a new threat. Since the beginning of the year, California has experienced major storms, extreme flooding and severe landslides. New research has connected these to atmospheric rivers.