In the world's oceans, there are islands of plastic made from microscopic granuals as well as much larger pieces floating on the surface of water. These islands negatively impact all forms of life, many of which are consumed by humans as sources of... Read More
Nawras TElecom Oman
My idea is focused on saving clean drinking water, as we will be running short of drinking water in the near future. As in the usual construction of buildings, we have a single source of water connection with a tank on the ground and a tank on the... Read More
How to solve the world's water crisis: Imagine there is a pipe from the sea discharging as much fresh water as needed. There is no visible explanation as to its source.
Plasma generation can be achieved through sustained cavitation based on the following conditions: The water target must be at zero gravity so that the cavitation phase is distributed throughout the entire medium. The most feasible way to test this... Read More
It’s summertime!  This week we feature Planet Forward innovators who can help make your summer even more fun and sustainable!  Whether you’re spending your summer at the beach or at home, there are lots of great ways for you to reduce your impact on... Read More
The BP Oil Spill caused catastrophic damage to wildlife not only along the shores of the Gulf of Mexico, but also far beneath the water's surface. This video details some of the deep water damage that's affected reefs and other deep sea organisms.
National Science Foundation
A program that has been measuring ocean temperature and chemistry since 1954 shows the ocean has been gradually warming and increasing in salinity. Although the changes are small, the impact is large, and the fact that the chemistry of the open... Read More
The University of Mississippi is using titanium dioxide to clean oysters affected by the BP Oil Spill. This video takes a look behind the science of titanium dioxide as well as the clean oysters' local impact on the restaurant industry.
National Geographic and Planet Forward
By Daniel Kammen What can be done to diversify our clean energy technology options?  In recent years we have seen a number of seemingly  “old” technologies undergo a reassessment, and a reinvention.  Geothermal power, once assessed as “an excellent... Read More
Researchers from University of Michigan are looking to fish to monitor water quality. But, we're not talking about Nemo, these fish are robots!