Oliver Balch explains key topics in academic thinking and research on sustainability

Imagine a tree that creates electricity. That’s precisely what scientists at Iowa State university did. The result is a prototype faux tree that mimics the leaves of a cottonwood tree. Each leaf is equipped with a specialised plastic, which, when blown in the wind, generates an electric charge –...

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