European Scientist had the pleasure of interviewing Bernard Durand, former Director of the Geology-Geochemistry Division of the French Institute of Petroleum and New Energies, then of the Ecole nationale supérieure
A new agreement signed in Greenland on 3 October has banned commercial fishing across much of the Arctic for at least the next 16 years. The international deal aims to
A new study published on 2 October in Nature Communications shows that anthropogenic warming will increase the burned areas due to fires in Mediterranean Europe (1). However, the findings suggest this
Freshwater fishes are among the most threatened groups of vertebrates and it is estimated that 39% of all European fish species face extinction within this century. During the early 2000s,
Ecology has reconnected the fundamental and sacred link that connects the environment to man. With this communion, it fills the void left by religions in an age of technological explosion.
Despite a ban several decades ago, a new study published on 28 September in the jounal Science suggests polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) may be gradually wiping out some groups of whale species.
More bad news for bees, a new study published on 24 September in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a highly regarded journal, has revealed that a commonly used
A new study published on 24 September in Nature Climate Change has examined the country-level social costs of carbon (SSC). The commonly used metric of the expected economic damages from carbon
A new study published in the September edition Atmospheric Environment has reported that diesel cars sold by ten major automobile manufacturers in Europe between 2000 and 2015 generate up to 16 times
A new study published on 21 September in Joule has demonstrated a new approach that could potentially combine carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and conversion in a single device (1). The