As per an international research team headed by Michael Hochella of the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, the immediate necessity to eliminate surplus carbon dioxide from the Earth’s environment could consist of enrolling a few of the smallest inhabitants of the planet.
Royal Air Force Typhoons will be powered up by 40 new electric battery ground power units following a recent trial conducted with BAE Systems on a Typhoon Squadron.
Innovative marine engineering consultancy, BAR Technologies, and front-running green maritime technology provider, Yara Marine Technologies, have announced that the ‘first cut’ of the steelwork that will form the first production run of BAR's pioneering WindWings has been completed.
Annually, the cross-shelf transport of carbon-rich particles from the Barents and Kara Seas can tie up to 3.6 million metric tons of CO2 present in the Arctic deep sea for millennia.
According to a recent ICTA-UAB study, switching to a low-carbon energy system could result in significant global emissions, consuming the majority of the carbon budget still available and leaving less emissions available for socioeconomic processes and activities.
WORLD-LEADING decarbonisation technology will be deployed in the UK for the first time as part of a collaboration between climate tech company Levidian and solutions business Eco Group.
Seafields, the UK aquaculture business that aims to remove billions of tonnes (1Gt) of CO2 from the atmosphere with a hyper-scale seaweed farm, has announced it will tokenize its annual goal of one billion carbon removal credits in an exclusive deal with pioneering blockchain marketplace, JustCarbon.
Teijin Limited announced today that it will form a business partnership with European carbon-management professionals GreenDelta GmbH, Makersite GmbH, Minviro Ltd and PRè Sustainability B.V. to establish a new system aimed at accelerating Teijin’s reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions throughout product life cycles.
The 27th Conference of Parties (COP27) continues for a second week in Sharm El-Sheik, with discussions now moving to loss, damage – in which carbon removals can play a critical role.
As far as the Paris Agreement is concerned, carbon capture and storage are known to be essential if the world is to have any chance at attaining the target of 1.5 °C.