Carbon dioxide pumped underground for storage may dissolve the rock around it and escape, a new US study has found, putting the future of carbon sequestration into question.
France's soaring temperatures have forced the heavily nuclear-dependent country to take the unusual step of importing electricity, as nuclear reactors slowed down in the summer heat.
Asian vultures faced with a plummeting population after eating animals treated with a toxic veterinary drug have been thrown a lifeline in Nepal.
The growing number of individuals choosing to live alone is putting increasing strain on land, water and energy resources and sending emissions and waste levels soaring.
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Adam Dean of Ewan Group explores the issues and solutions in wastewater network modelling
IWEX 2007 is the next venue for the IWO Drilling and Tapping competition. Teams from around the world will lock horns in the rowdier side of the water exhibition, which will form part of the new Sustainability Live! event
Water-reuse seems a logical solution to increasing water shortages. But would industrial, commercial and residential customers best be served by a entralised or decentralised water-reuse system? Alan Rimer, Cindy Wallis Lage and Frank Rogalla of Black & Veatch report
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