In the race to combat climate change, capturing carbon dioxide emissions has been touted as a simple road to reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
A cutting-edge technology for the fast mooring of ships deployed by the Port of Helsinki is estimated by DNV GL Maritime Advisory to reduce carbon dioxide and NOx emissions equivalent to taking some 5,000 diesel cars off the streets.
Plant residue left to rot in the field has more value than being just compost. The agricultural crop residue plays a major role in sequestering carbon, which is vital for reducing global CO2 emissions.
Cavotec has extended its leading position in automated mooring with two major orders for its MoorMaster™ NxG system, one in Sweden – the first order for MoorMaster in a market with considerable growth potential – and the other in neighbouring Finland, where the technology is already well established.
As atmospheric concentrations of CO2 continue to rise, we are putting future generations at risk of having to deal with a massive carbon debt.
A new collaboration between the China Building Materials Academy, and Canadian based, International CCS Knowledge Centre will see simultaneous advancements in understanding and knowledge sharing of carbon capture technology designed specifically to see substantial emission reductions from the global cement industry.
A new $10 million grant aims to help the U.S. dairy industry become at least carbon neutral while supporting farmer livelihoods - providing important insight for New York state, which ranks fourth in milk production nationwide.
Scottish Leather Group has today (6 July) published its 2021 Sustainability Report, detailing the company’s progress towards its key goal of zero impact leather manufacturing.
Multi-award-winning Australian technology company Calix Limited is pleased to announce it is partnering in a low carbon research project, which has won $39 million in Australian government funding.
For Aberdeenshire-based Red Stag Materials, meeting statutory Net Zero targets while improving the nation’s infrastructure represents a huge challenge – but also real opportunities.