A new study has found that certain emissions from cars and coal-fired power plants promote processes that transform naturally occurring emissions from trees into organic aerosols.
Researchers have developed a new type of low-temperature fuel cell that directly converts biomass to electricity with assistance from a catalyst activated by solar or thermal energy.
A School of Architecture graduate studio created the vision, framework and a series of projects for the I-85 Ray Anderson Memorial Highway.
A new study shows how this climate system responds to various pressures, such as changes in carbon dioxide and ice cover, in one of the best models used to project future climate change.
Grant of nearly $40,000 will fund the purchase and installation of new electric vehicle chargers.
The SC Hall Building, which houses the Writing and Communication Program in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, has attained LEED Gold status.
Some things are best left to nature, and controlling invasive vegetation is no exception.
The Earth Day planning group is calling for design submissions for the 2015 Earth Day T-shirt.
The EcoCAR 3 project is underway, and more students are being sought to participate.
Scheller Ranked 8th in Corporate Knights’ Global 100 Sustainable MBA Programs