If you look at Singapore from above, it resembles a crab, with its mouth at the Singapore river and the back facing Malaysia. The Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew, has persistent practice of Feng ShuiContinue reading
Maybe, just maybe, what is happening at Oroville will begin to wake up the American public to what is happening all around them when it comes to dams.
The 5th Annual SciREN (Scientific Research and Education Network) Coast event occurred this week at the NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores, allowing local researchers to share lesson plans with educators from across eastern North Carolina.
Blockchain technology is a very advanced record-keeping system. It is a virtual fortress and it is elegant in its design. The system works as a decentralized ledger. Transactions are verified, logged and disseminated among theContinue reading
Carbon dioxide is rising as a component of Earth’s atmosphere (NOAA, 2017). The level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has not been this high for the past 5 million years (Stap et al. 2016).Continue reading
What will happen to U.S. environmentalism during the reign of Trump? According to Trump’s “America First Energy Plan”, the administration plans to eliminate “harmful and unnecessary policies,” which evidently include the Climate Action Plan andContinue reading
In September of my first semester here at Nicholas, I attended a Duke Energy Initiative panel discussion. This panel represented the future of energy technology, not just at NSOE, but throughout the Duke campus. TheContinue reading
Some…..claim that…,,the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) increases the cost of electricity and kills economic growth.
In my final weeks as a student living in Denmark, I wanted to take this time to reflect on what I think is one of the most intriguing things about the city of Copenhagen. WhenContinue reading
A new study provides evidence that algae diversity does not help algae biofuel production, in contrast to results from previously published studies.