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A New Technology To Turn Methane-Emitting Biomass Waste into “Biochar”
Biochar is a stable form of carbon, made from woody materials in a heat and oxygen-deprived system. Conventionally, biochar has been made as a small residue of biomass power production.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
The United States, One of the Biggest Contributors to Greenhouse Gas Emissions
The United States is one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, making its involvement in the fight against climate a matter of critical importance.
Climate Change to hit all Economies if Paris Agreement Crumbles
New study from the University of Cambridge suggests seven per cent of global GDP could be wiped out by 2100 under business-as-usual carbon emissions scenario.
How Smart Homes Save Energy
Smart homes are truly wonders of the 21st century. It would be completely inconceivable for a person living in the 1900s that one can have that much control over their own home.
The World's First Online Service to Address Climate Change Launched by Finnish Capital
The City of Helsinki has launched Think Sustainability, an online service to provide residents with tips on how to make more sustainable lifestyle and business decisions.
UN Warns of Climate Crisis: July Revealed As Hottest Month Ever Eecorded
New figures, revealed by EU's Copernicus Climate Change Service, found that global average temperature in July 2019 was on par, if not slightly higher than July 2016, which followed an El Nino event.
New Zealand Unveils Climate Plan to Strengthen Price on Carbon
The Ardern government in New Zealand has unveiled the country's Climate Action Plan, its response to a Productivity Commission inquiry that found a transition to a strong zero-carbon economy is achievable with the right policies in place.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Could China's Emissions Peak Before as Soon as 2021?
China could greenhouse gas emissions peak a decade sooner than its Paris Agreement target is aiming for, according to a new peer-reviewed study released on Monday.
Converting Waste, 'a Leftover Resource,' to Biofuels Reduces Emissions
The United States could produce enough energy each year by harnessing waste—from landfill refuse to cow manure—to power the states of Oregon and Washington, all while cutting the equivalent of 37 million cars' worth of carbon.
New Zealand Takes Steps to Reduce Emissions
The New Zealand government has announced a series of reforms to its emissions trading scheme.
Aldersgate Group Launches 'Manifesto' for Rapid Decarbonisation
Sustainable business think tank the Aldersgate Group has today published a "manifesto" outlining how the new government can accelerate the transition to a net zero emissions economy.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Governments Should be Forced to Address the Extent of the Environmental Crisis by Law, Says IPPR
Proposed Act would avoid narrow focus on greenhouse gas emissions and promote action to preserve wider natural systems, argues think tank.
Shell Boss Welcomed the "Mobilisation" of Society to Meet Global Climate Change
Ben van Beurden said he welcomed the “mobilisation” of society in the crusade to meet global climate change targets. But he could not agree with some of the more extreme methods used by militant activists in their protests against energy companies.
Warn Sector could Face "Significant Losses" If It Fails to Cut Emissions Fast Enough
First debate over the 'stranded assets' theory - the assumption that in a low-carbon transition investors and companies left stuck with high carbon assets could see their valuations plummet - revolved around oil, gas and coal assets.
Shell's Low Carbon Investments could Safeguard Against Decline in Oil Fortunes
Increasing investments in EVs, renewables, biofuels and clean tech make Shell a safer long term bet for investors compared to some its oil industry peers, says ratings agency.
More Than 60 News Media Outlets have Pledged to Dedicate a Special Week of Coverage to the Climate
A range of local, regional, and national outlets across television, radio, print, and online media have so far signed up to the Covering Climate Now pledge, which aims to spark conversations among journalists about how to improve climate news coverage.
No Deal Brexit, Raising Fears it Could Seriously Erode Environmental Standards
The government continued to step up warnings over the weekend that a 'no deal' Brexit at the end of October was now a "very real prospect", revealing that it was "operating on the assumption" that the UK will leave the EU without a deal.
Human-Fueled Climate Change：Record-Breaking Extreme Heat Wave that Spread across Europe
July 2019 could be the hottest month on record.Scientists say that the record-breaking extreme heat wave that spread across Europe, the United States and the Arctic this past July could make it the hottest month for our planet since records began in 1880.
Water Is Going To Cost UK Consumers More...Due to Climate Change
Water is going to cost UK consumers more... that’s according to the country’s Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IME), which suggests that as the UK’s summers become longer and hotter, the cost of managing and treating water supplies will increase.
Air Conditioning is Used to Avoid Greenhouse Effect but Cooling Buildings Adds to Carbon Emissions
Air conditioning is used to avoid greenhouse effect but cooling buildings adds to carbon emissions. Leading architects and engineers are calling for all-glass skyscrapers to be banned because they are too difficult and expensive to cool.
“Artificial Leaves”Turn Carbon Dioxide into Treasure
"The arrangement of carbon dioxide molecules is like two people holding hands tightly, a structure that makes carbon dioxide molecules very chemical inertia.
C2CNT Process Converts Flue Gas From Natural Gas Power Plant into Carbon Nanotubes
On 26 July, the first flue gas from the natural gas power plant, the Shepard Energy Center in Calgary, Canada, was directly transformed by the C2CNT process (earlier post) into carbon nanotubes.
MPs call on Andrea Leadsom to Set Out New Policies for EVs, Carbon Capture, and Energy Efficiency
BEIS Committee Chair Rachel Reeves writes to new Business Secretary urging her to urgently set out new policies for EVs, carbon capture, and energy efficiency.
People Believe Climate Change is a More Important Issue for the UK than Brexit
More than 70 per cent of people believe climate change is a more important long term issue for the UK than Brexit, according to new poll.
Harmful Air Emissions Could Increase From Shale Gas Fracking in Europe
Harmful air emissions could increase from shale gas production through fracking in Europe, despite natural gas releasing fewer pollutants than other fossil fuels, according to a new study.
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