BlueFloat Energy has today announced the findings of a socio-economic analysis of the Greater Gippsland Offshore Wind Project.
Chemical companies Covestro and LANXESS are cooperating in the energy-intensive production of basic chemicals at their Lower Rhine sites in Germany and make them more climate friendly.
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have made significant progress in producing “green” ammonia and, in turn, making “greener” fertilizers.
The ships in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway (GL-SLS) has used over 500,000 tons of fuel and liberated more than 1.6 million tons (Mt) of CO2 in 2019, evaluates a new study performed at the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT).
With millions facing hunger around the world, Flinders University researchers are looking into novel properties of edible plants which could enhance future food crop production.
A new survey marks the launch of product development consultancy, biild, by exploring what type of products UK adults want, and reveals overwhelming support for products that serve a greater purpose, particularly those which are good for the planet.
A natural seaweed feed supplement may hold the key to boosting the health of farmed prawns, and potentially other species, and improving the industry’s profitability and environmental footprint.
Global energy technology firm, HydroVolve, has launched GeoVolve HAMMER, a percussive drilling system set to cut well capital expenditure of geothermal wells by 50%.
The main event at COP26 on Thursday 4th November 2021 focuses on ‘Energy: Accelerating the Global Transition to Clean Energy’.
Planting trees and other efforts to recover natural destruction have a huge part to play in getting the country to Net Zero and bring a range of other benefits including creating good green jobs, boosting the economy and even cutting crime, says research published by UK100.