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Saving water at home is easy and necessary

We have a growing problem with access to fresh water. We use billions of liters for both industrial and private purposes. Unsustainable management of this valuable resource often leads to drought and lasting changes in ecosystems. It is also the ...

Seawater desalination – opportunities and threats

Nearly ¾ of the Earth's surface is water. Still, over 2 billion people worldwide suffer from water scarcity and thirst. All because only 2.5% of the available water resources is drinking water. But what if salty, seawater could be efficiently and ...

The Interceptor, or the ocean cleaning breakthrough

The menace of the modern world and a huge ecological threat at the same time, is undoubtedly plastic pollution. Some even believe that plastics form a new geological layer that can be used to describe the era of human rule on Earth - the ...

Microgreens and their hidden richness

Along with environmental pollution, intensification of agriculture and changes in eating habits, it's increasingly difficult for us to provide the body with valuable nutrients in the right amounts. Malnutrition applies both to the "global North" and ...

Air Protein – meat alternative made of air

Environmental degradation associated with animal agriculture is becoming more and more visible and obvious. Food production and distribution system requires profound changes and it seems that - unfortunately very slowly, but - we are beginning to ...

Raking leaves for the winter – necessity or a whim?

Every year, more and more cities declare their willingness to protect and naturally nurture urban biodiversity. In the autumn-winter period, fallen leaves are one of the key issues of urban ecology. To rake or not to rake? This seemingly small ...

Paper from fallen leaves – old idea, new approach

In autumn, when the ground begins to be covered with a layer of fallen leaves, we need to find a happy medium between aesthetics and ecology. Some cities declare a completely ecological approach - the leaves stay where they fall, giving shelter to ...

Syngas produced with artificial leaves

Syngas, produced mainly from fossil fuels and biomass, is an important raw material in industry. Some see it as a chance to replace highly emissive fossil fuels. It's believed to effectively fuel important production processes and internal ...

Fusion power is about to revolutionize the energy sector

Scientists around the world, including the ones in Max Planck Institute, have been working on a revolutionary device for producing energy for several decades now. Specially optimized nuclear reactors will produce the so-called fusion power. Its ...

Phytoremediation with cannabis. Why is it a great idea?

Cannabis, alongside bamboo, is considered plant of the future. Growing it isn't very demanding, and every part of the plant can be industrially used. From the production of supplements and food, through fabrics, filters, paper and building ...

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