Article - 26 May 2009
Emissions trading schemes, or 'cap and trade' schemes, reward innovation, efficiency, and early action to reduce pollution. But what does this really mean, how do they work and what are the pros and...
Article - 29 Jan 2008
The least polluting form of transportation available today is an electric vehicle. Electric vehicles can operate very economically, at the same time using no or very little petroleum fuel.
Article - 26 Jan 2008
Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) combine the power from an internal combustion engine with the battery and electric motor from an electric vehicle.
Article - 17 Jan 2008
Carbon dioxide and methane generated as a result of the decomposition of solid waste in landfills are known as landfill gas. Both gases are greenhouse gases that lead to global warming.
Article - 15 Jan 2008
The far-ranging potential applications of this technology include DOE’s hydrogen fuel cell-powered “Freedom CAR,” and personal power-jackets that could use heat from the human body to recharge...
Article - 12 Jan 2008
Hydrogen can be considered as a clean energy carrier, similar to electricity. Hydrogen can be produced from various domestic resources such as renewable energy and nuclear energy.
Article - 10 Jan 2008
Carbon sequestration can be referred to as the provision of long-term storage of carbon in underground, the ocean or the terrestrial biosphere.
Article - 7 Jan 2008
An experimental gas turbine simulator equipped with an ultra low-emissions combustion technology has been tested successfully using pure hydrogen.
Article - 2 Jan 2008
The surface temperature of the Earth has risen in the past century, with global temperatures rising by 0.7 to 0.9 ºC (1.3 to 1.6 ºF) per century since 1901.
Article - 30 Dec 2007
Technologies are available to filter out about 99% of the tiny impurity fragments, as well as removing more than 95% of the acid rain pollutants in coal.