Sat.May 21, 2022

Thermophotovoltaic cells top 40 percent efficiency

Physics World

The first thermophotovoltaic cells with an efficiency of more than 40% – higher than any existing solid-state heat engine, and exceeding even the average efficiency of turbine-based power generation – have been fabricated by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).

Warming Trends: Forests Are the Best Big-City Water Filters, Plus Veggie Burgers by Default, Sea Songs by ET’s Doctor and a Reminder to Eat Fresh Food in the Fridge

Inside Climate News

column highlighting climate-related studies, innovations, books, cultural events and other developments from the global warming frontier. By Katelyn Weisbrod Forests hold and filter water that is siphoned to large U.S.

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Operation PhotoTrogon Stop #4 – Ash Canyon Bird Sanctuary

Reflections of the Natural World

By Jim Gain OPERATION PHOTOTROGON This blog series chronicles the adventures that Rich Brown and I experienced on our quest to find and photograph the amazing birds of Southeast Arizona in May of 2022.

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Saturday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 5.21.22

PA Environment Daily

Are You Telling Your Story?

DCNR Blog: 40 Years Of Doing Something Wild! PA Wild Resource Conservation Fund

PA Environment Daily

By Chris Fireston e, Ecological Program Specialist, and Rebecca Bowen , Ecological Services Manager Forty years ago, Pennsylvania declared that it was in the public’s interest to preserve and enhance native wild resources, including non-game animals and wild plants.