To meet the UN agreement to reduce emissions, the world must seriously look at carbon capture storage technology, says Sally Benson, one of the world’s leading energy experts.
The world’s first gas-fuelled cruise ships will set sail in northern Europe and the western Mediterranean over the next few years.
Seven bright energy ideas. Six international artists. Five continents. One purpose: a global collaboration to support more and cleaner energy.
The energy future is not just in the hands of governments and businesses, argues Laszlo Varro. Consumers also have a huge role to play.
It took an abandoned nuclear missile silo, a vast underwater laboratory and a lot of hard work. But the US space agency boldly went where it had never been before: the North Sea.
Find out how one school in the USA is using today’s global challenges to teach critical subjects and inspire young minds.
A new mooring line in the Gulf of Mexico could further scientific knowledge of the world's interconnected ocean systems.
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