Fracking “likely to result in high emissions” - report

New study outlines scenarios for shale gas production in Europe

Controlling gold’s ‘nasties’

As gold is perhaps the best known noble metal, it is a bit ironic that often its extraction from ore can cause pollution in the processes used. Maurice Jones reports

Plant purifies soils contaminated with zinc and cadmium

Gomphrena claussenii, easily grows on contaminated soil near zinc mines and takes up large amounts of heavy metals in its leaves and stems




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