How far can coronavirus travel? Much…much further than it was previously thought, if it latches onto some air pollution particles which makes them airborne. Dr. Leonardo Setti of the University
As the coronavirus crisis spreads throughout the world, it is increasingly clear that people with the least access to essential services like water will feel the most dramatic effects. Major
Health experts had suspected a link between air pollution and coronavirus deaths. They had hypothesized that the coronavirus pandemic would kill more people in areas where there’s higher air pollution.
Coronavirus outbreak has put a complete halt on all the manufacturing activities around the world. While Tesla did a phenomenal job by building a record number of new vehicles during
According to the European Association for Storage of Energy (Ease), Europe’s energy storage boom stalled last year due to a slowdown in large-scale schemes designed to store clean electricity from
The outbreak of Coronavirus in China has put a major dent in the Indian solar industry. Since the solar industry heavily depends on China for equipment imports, it is undergoing
Plastic consumption has increased fourfold in last 30 years. Meanwhile, global plastic recycling rates have failed to reach two digits. Less than 10% of all the plastic ever produced has
During the coronavirus epidemic, individuals throughout the world began wearing face mask, which is equal to more than 130 billion masks every month, resulting in hundreds of tonnes of polymer