Over the past 50 years, human activity has warmed our planet. We are already seeing the effects today in widely shifting patterns in climate. How can we sustain our future?
Similar to natural cycles of growth, new kinds of buildings could repair and renew themselves. The skins of new architecture can help to renew the environment by capturing carbon and generating fresh air and renewable energy.
Breakthroughs in big data, alternative fuels and energy storage offer hope for a sustainable future. But the real challenge is social and political – not technical.
One global issue, four approaches to address it. Waterloo researchers weigh in on how to stem catastrophic climate change.
Waterloo researcher will use geospatial data and Indigenous knowledge systems to reduce climate change vulnerability for First Nations communities
Composite image confirms predictions that galaxies across the universe aren’t isolated like islands in space, but are linked together through a web of enormous filaments
Waterloo researchers are developing the first national climate change flood-risk map to empower Canadians who are living in high flood-risk areas
As climate change ushers in more intense storms, Waterloo startup EMAGIN uses AI for more accurate and timely information that saves money and water
The dams we build are impacting ecosystems such as wetlands, lakes, floodplains and coastal marine areas
Waterloo undergrad develops a micro-utility prototype that can used to power everything from cell phones to solar lanterns
Animated GIFs of shrinking Antarctic ice help people understand the impact of climate change. One ice shelf has lost the equivalent area of Prince Edward Island.