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Because while there are fossil fuels, there will be oil spills

Hydrogen power could reduce the aviation industry's carbon emissions by up to 50%

37% of the area identified for protection overlaps with Indigenous lands

They’re so lightweight the team was able to rest them on the surface of soap bubbles.

Yet fleet of Chinese fishing vessels threaten these pristine ecosystems.

Could bacteria starved of sulphur help make a vital plastic building block?

Could sodium ever overtake lithium as the key component in batteries?

Scientists have created a technology that absorbs CO2, water, and sunlight to produce oxygen and a storable fuel.

Human bodies could contain as much as 52,000 microplastic particles.

Coral reefs are among the most biodiverse ecosystems on the planet but they are under serious threat.

Construction of ITER, the world's largest nuclear fusion project, has finally begun.

This is the first time the idea had been tested and proved in a real environment.

The first and definitely not the last attempt at emissions-free air travel.

Just like us, the balance between good and bad bacteria is often disrupted in times of stress.

The average EV battery’s lifespan is around 200,000 miles.

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