The United Nations agricultural agency created an online database that uses satellite data and Google Earth images to figure out how much water is being used to irrigate crops, focusing on parts of Africa and the Middle East that are facing water scarcity
If nothing is done soon, 20 million people will starve to death over the next six months in South Sudan, Somalia, north-eastern Nigera and Yemen, the United Nations agricultural chief today warned the UN agency's Council
Environmental and climate literacy is the engine not only for creating green voters and advancing environmental and climate laws and policies but also for accelerating green technologies and jobs, the United Nations is emphasizing on Mother Earth Day
Two years ago in Kiev on the initiative of Bogdan Gavrilishin an international conference "The state of the world, the need for a new paradigm and the role of Ukraine in it" was held. The organizer of the event was Bogdan Gavrilishin's Charity Fund
Munich-based Lilium, backed by investors who include Skype co-founder Niklas Zennstrom, said the planned five-seater jet, which will be capable of vertical take-off and landing, could be used for urban air taxi and ride-sharing services
A senior nanotechnology scientist at The Aerospace Corp. in El Segundo won a second round of NASA funding to build his new space-junk removal concept, officials announced. Dr. Siegfried Janson secured $500,000 to construct his Brane Craft
Newcomer Lucid Motors has generated quite the buzz since it announced its Air electric car late last year. The California-based company's EV, which also has an autonomous driving system, has been billed by many as a Tesla "killer"