Mixing water and electricity can produce dangerous results. But their vital interconnections and vulnerabilities are even more shocking and less often understood.
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Well-designed landscaping can not only increase a home's curb appeal but can also lower its heating and cooling costs, and help reduce water use.
Clothing and textiles production releases 1.2 billion tonnes of greenhouse gases every year – that's more than the combined emissions for all international flights and shipping.
Four years after declaring war on air pollution, China is winning. And at a record pace.
German cities got the green light from a high court to start banning some of the 15 million diesel vehicles currently on city streets in an effort to cut air pollution.
This is part of Pyongchang's goal to create a sustainable legacy for Gangwon Province and the Republic of Korea after the Olympic Games are completed.
According to a new study by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2017 was the hottest year ever recorded for the world's oceans.
Connected street lighting is making cities safer and more energy efficient.
With better aesthetics, filament LEDs could help speed the switch from the 7 billion incandescent lamps still lighting the planet.
A pair of Indian entrepreneurs has developed an advanced integrated canopy system that not only offers shade and produces renewable electricity from the sun but goes a step farther and also collects and filters rainwater.