Computer scientist calls on software developers to help climate scientists produce better modelling tools
A study by a computer scientist at the University of Toronto suggests the computer models used to predict climate change could be improved if climate scientists had a better understanding of software engineering....
Clean tech firms and investors can now apply to join us for the fifth annual BusinessGreen Technology and Investment Forum pitch event
Equity researcher Redburn downgrades two major cement producers as it forecasts major hike in costs to decarbonise sector
The taskforce will begin by researching two reports on the net-zero transition that will be shared at COP26 in Glasgow in November
Senftenbacher hires EnergyNest to install large thermal energy storage battery in Austrian brickworks, set to slash emissions by 2,000 tonnes a year