Corals Stays Cool By Building Cloud Umbrellas

Beach umbrellas are a common sight during summer but how does our sea life protect itself from the harsh Australian sun? ‘Cloud Umbrellas’, according to a group of scientists from

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Ecuador’s Solar-powered River Bus

Brisbane might have it’s iconic CityCat ferry’s but on the Ecuadorian Amazon river, something more unique is being used for public transport. The Tapiatpia (named after a mythical electric eel)

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What is Earth Day?

With the April 22 celebration of Earth Day, here’s a quick overview of what it’s all about: Earth Day was established in 1970, gaining traction with social activism movements including

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Where Does Rain Water Go?

Certain parts of Australia are prone to flooding while others seem to remain relatively dry. Have you ever thought about where the water goes once it’s on, or why some floods

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Electric Airplanes To Combat Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Norway

Electric cars might not be common in Australia but Norway is already leading the world in purchases. Taking things the next level, the Scandinavian nation has announced its intentions to

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Portugal: Renewables Generated 104 Percent of Electricity Usage Last Month

Have you ever wondered if a country could run entirely on renewable energy? Portugal is proving it’s possible, by generating renewable energy in excess of the European country’s needs. During

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Can Manure Solve the Global Food Crisis?

Manure and food aren’t usually mentioned in the same sentence, but not everyone has the same vision as Jordan Phasey. The Darwin inventor is harnessing constructed wetland technology to manage

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The 40 Year Old Solar House

A solar-powered home sounds like something from the not-to-distant future, but it’s hardly a new idea. Michael and Judy Bos are celebrating the 40th birthday of their very own solar

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