US to cut greenhouse gas emissions 26 to 28 percent below 2005 levels by 2025, while China announced targets to peak CO2 emissions around 2030.
These efforts to explain the science behind jelly beans, licorice, chocolate and other gooey delights are part of National Chemistry Week, Oct. 19-25, an annual event sponsored by the American Chemical Society. Continue reading Interesting facts about our favorite candy
Cracking the global marketplace is tough. Jean-Paul Deveau, president of Nova Scotia-based Acadian Seaplants has done it. He advises investing in research and development to create value-added products that clients will Continue reading Acadian Seaplants president stresses adding value to seaweed products
California’s clean technology industry is booming, according to a new report. But different regions have different strengths.
Non-partisan think tank Next 10 found San Diego’s clean tech economy is a Continue reading Living Lab’s Report States That Clean Tech Shines Differently Around California
From coral reefs to prairie grasslands, some of the world’s most iconic habitats are susceptible to sudden collapse due to seemingly minor events. A classic example: the decimation of kelp forests when a decline of otter predation unleashes urchin population explosions. Continue reading Avoiding ecosystem collapse