Researchers at MIT are seeking to redesign concrete — the most widely used human-made material in the world — by following nature’s blueprints.
Draft chapter warned reef was ‘poor and deteriorating’ but all references were excised following government intervention
UNION bullying and intimidation has always been considered a legitimate activity, another so-called ‘right’ of the workers that we have to respect because such rights supersede the law in the dictatorship of the proletariat. And in Cyprus this dictatorship is as strong as ever, despite the harm it has caused the economy and the high cost it has inflicted on the taxpayer.
THE Environment Department has called on Green Dot Cyprus to immediately recommence the collection of recyclable waste in Paphos.
The Cyprus Olympic Committee’s (COE) extravagance several years ago may have belatedly landed it in hot water with the auditor-general’s office.
This draft chapter for a Unesco report on the Great Barrier Reef warned that it was ‘assailed by multiple threats’ and ‘poor and deteriorating’ – but the Australian government asked for it to be pulled
A climate change denier as US president would dramatically threaten global action to cut carbon emissions, says ex-French foreign minister Laurent Fabius
Trump told North Dakota oil executives that they were standing at the ‘forefront of a new energy revolution’ powered by deregulation and protectionism
President ends years of political drama and hands environmentalists a big victory with decision to turn down proposal to build 1,700-mile pipeline through US
File: Northern Cyprus’s Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque, once the Catholic Saint Nicholas’s Cathedral, in Famagusta in Turkish north Cyprus.
Major oil companies are anything but consistent on the biggest challenge of our time.
ExxonMobil: At Exxon’s annual shareholders’ meeting in Dallas on Wednesday, CEO Rex Tillerson said the company takes climate change seriously, but he also said that ending oil production is “not acceptable to humanity.”
US climate envoy says threats by Republican presidential candidates to withdraw from the global agreement would be ‘diplomatic black eye’
A U.N. envoy has expressed “deep concern” over a newly-imposed limit on worship in Orthodox Christian churches inside ethnically divided Cyprus‘ …
Outsiders to the Cyprus problem might feel puzzled, but people who have been following the Cyprus problem for decades must have considered it par …
The timetable concerns the third licensing round in Cyprus’s exclusive economic zone and relates to Blocks 6, 8 and 10. The Cypriot energy ministry …
With the right investment in infrastructure and improved liability laws, cycling in the UK could be this successful and our streets could be reclaimed as places for people of all ages to enjoy
For all the hype surrounding Donald Trump’s energy policy speech in the oil town of Bismarck, N.D., there was, shall we say, a lot of hot air.