The Net Zero Technology Centre and TNO have today (date) launched a flagship report which analyses the significant opportunity that closer collaboration in the North Sea can bring.
The Cities Power Partnership and Ironbark Sustainability have joined forces to launch an Australian first program that will enable local governments to make evidence-based decisions when investing in emissions reduction projects.
Researchers investigating African mountains were surprised to discover the amount of carbon being stored and the rate at which the forest cover is depleted.
The Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials, an institution under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Science and ICT, has developed an innovative process that uses renewable energy to produce ammonia at room temperature and normal pressure.
The organic matter in the Earth’s soils can store more than twice the carbon compared to atmospheric CO2. Hence, deciphering the carbon sequestration potential of various agricultural practices and landscapes is considered essential in meeting the national and global climate goals.
CSIRO’s CO2 Utilisation Roadmap is an important document detailing Australia’s opportunities to convert carbon dioxide to useful products.
Matteo Pasquali, a carbon materials expert from Rice University, is on a discussion to trace methods to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and swiftly decarbonize the world economy.
The aviation sector is increasingly looking towards sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) as a greener alternative to reduce its emissions footprint, according to GlobalData.
A new study headed by geologists from the University of Bonn, Germany, attempted to compare the temporal and spatial distribution of methane concentrations in the air of northern Siberia with the help of geological maps.
A team of researchers headed by Professor Zhengfu Guo from the Institute of Geology and Geophysics (IGG) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has discovered that the metamorphic and volcanic CO2 emission levels on Tibetan Plateau connect well with the Earth’s atmospheric CO2 curve.