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With increasing pressure on water supplies, finding ways to safely and efficiently reuse wastewater is a priority. © Stor24,
Reusing wastewater could be the solution to Europe’s growing water scarcity problem.
Eco-friendly electrical components made from wooden materials will help reduce e-waste. © KPixMining,
Greener sensors, circuit boards and other electronic devices are being developed by EU researchers to reduce…
The 1.8GW Grand’Maison hydroelectric station in the French Alps is the largest pumped storage hydropower facility in Europe. © Sylvain B,
The EU drive towards green energy is seeking to harness a traditionally clean power source – with some tweaks.
Graphene has moved out of the laboratory and into the market thanks in no small part to the EU, according to Professor Patrik Johansson.
EU-funded researchers are looking to improve electric grid to reduce energy waste, cut costs and curb emissions.
More clean technologies must reach the market for the EU to meet its climate-neutrality goal, according to Austria’s Henriette Spyra.
Researchers are testing ways to remove “forever chemicals” from the environment and replace them in some commercial goods.
Farmers, companies and consumers are all helping spur improvements in EU agricultural production and diets.
Researchers are turning to two crops to tackle the environmental harm of apparel made with synthetic fibres.
Automation will play a growing role in people’s lives and Europe has the know-how to lead the way, according to a top Italian researcher.
A new generation of batteries may bolster the EU’s green ambitions.
The inauguration of the world’s most powerful fusion machine brings the dream of clean, safe and abundant power closer.
EU researchers are helping policymakers reconcile competing demands in a region full of natural resources, beauty and tradition.