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MIT's 3D-printed mass spectrometer component revolutionises chemical analysis

MIT researchers have developed a lightweight, cost-effective 3D-printed mass filter, crucial for portable mass spectrometers, enhancing remote chemical analysis capabilities.

EU's 'Euro 7' deal a setback for European emission standards

The new 'Euro 7' deal, criticised by Transport & Environment, fails to improve car emission standards, potentially impacting public health.

EU struggles to meet ambitious 2030 environmental goals, EEA report reveals

The European Environment Agency's report indicates significant challenges in meeting the EU's 2030 environmental targets, necessitating stronger actions and policy integration.

The crucial role of waste in the transition to electric vehicles

Limited availability of critical materials is making resource recovery ever more important to a successful switch to low-carbon transport

Radar satellite data a “big step forward” for peatland health monitoring

Satellite-derived soil moisture and water table dynamics are helping scientists to monitor peatlands in various conditions in efforts to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions

How a drought-hit Europe plans to plug its leak problem

New water monitoring technologies and collective action are key to improving water resiliency in the face of a more extreme climate and global water scarcity

Can emerging air monitoring solutions overcome current measurement limitations?

A look at the persistent challenges in traditional air quality measurement methods used in the UK

It's time to step up our gas management strategies

A deeper understanding of composition – and decomposition – at sites can help harness opportunities to decrease the environmental impacts of landfill gas

How a new approach to analysis is helping clean up contaminants

A look at alternative methods for quantitative LC-MS which are reaping “unrivalled” results in detecting environmental contaminants in water samples

Does the EU Construction Products Regulation fall short on sustainability?

The European Environmental Bureau has criticised the EU's new Construction Products Regulation, saying its lack of ambition and oversight could hinder carbon neutrality goals.

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