The Water and Environment society is for engineers with an interest in the environmental and water aspects of civil engineering.
Extracting gold, silver and other commodities from discarded goods has industrial, geopolitical and environmental benefits for the EU.
As huge offshore wind farms spread across Europe's North and Baltic seas, efforts grow to buffer the impact on wildlife.
Lala Rukh, of the University of Galway, explores corporate greenwashing, focusing on Apple's environmental claims, and delves into the broader implications of misleading environmental initiatives and the urgency for genuine sustainable development in our warming world.
Researchers are looking at how to tackle pollutants in urban run-off and overflowing sewers.
A 2,000-year-old Sri Lankan hydraulic system uses natural features to help harvest and store rainwater. In a rapidly warming world, it is providing a lifeline for rural communities.
By pivoting away from fossil fuel-based plastic, we can greatly decrease plastics' negative environmental impacts, writes Jennie O Loughlin of DCU.
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