News - 18 Sep 2019
If the thought of flying on battery-powered commercial jets make people nervous, they can now relax a bit, thanks to a recent discovery.
Scientists have identified a viable starting point for...
News - 17 Sep 2019
MIT researchers find a way to eliminate carbon emissions from cement production — a major global source of greenhouse gases.
It's well known that the production of cement — the...
News - 13 Sep 2019
The largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in British Columbia is transportation. Scientists at the University of British Columbia (UBC) have designed a hydrogen supply chain model that can...
News - 4 Sep 2019
So far, it has been nothing but the wishful thinking of numerous plastics recyclers that recyclability is taken into consideration directly from the very start of a product’s life cycle, at the...
News - 16 Aug 2019
In the United States, use of energy in buildings — from cooling and heating a house to keeping the lights on at workplace—leads to more than one-third of all carbon dioxide (CO2)...
News - 12 Aug 2019
Scientists have synthesized plastic-based materials that can make large-scale, profitable, and safe natural gas storage possible and can further hopefully combat global warming.
News - 5 Aug 2019
Reintroducing airships into the global transportation mix could help reduce the transport sector’s carbon emissions and play a role in forming a sustainable hydrogen-based economy. According to...
News - 30 Jul 2019
MIT researchers are developing a battery that could both capture carbon dioxide in power plant exhaust and convert it to a solid ready for safe disposal.
Reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions...
News - 29 Jul 2019
In the near future, it will be possible to replace fossil fuels with a carbon-neutral product developed from carbon dioxide, water, and solar energy.
Scientists at Uppsala University have...
News - 24 Jul 2019
Compared to those who use electricity, exposure to black carbon particles is 81% more among women in Mozambique who rely on kerosene as the primary source of energy for lighting.
This was the key...