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Can clay be used for carbon capture?
Sandia chemical engineer Tuan Ho has led a team investigating the possibility of using clay for carbon capture.
Small isolated wetlands can be pollution-catching powerhouses
Research shows how small isolated wetlands protect downstream waters by doubling as pollution-catching powerhouses by filtering excess nitrogen (N) generated from agricultural and urban activities.
Making carbon capture affordable and accessible (VIDEO)
Scientists from the Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory reveal their success in making carbon capture more affordable and widespread.
Tropical kelp forest “twice the normal size” discovered in the Galapagos Islands
A tropical kelp forest of “enormous importance” has been found in the Galapagos Islands, harbouring potential for massive carbon sequestration.
€1.1 billion to support Danish carbon capture and storage
Under EU State Aid rules, the European Commission has approved a €1.1 billion grant to support the Danish roll-out of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies.
Public sector decarbonisation: Navigating PSDS funding
Steve Wilkinson, Head of Commercial Projects at Cenergist, explores public sector decarbonisation, in particular, how organisations can successfully navigate PSDS Funding.
30% higher carbon emissions produced by deforestation than climate change
The Atlantic Rainforest’s carbon storage capacity has been affected by deforestation due to human activity – with carbon emissions worse than those produced by climate change.
Carbon pricing: incentivising outcomes for net zero
Carbon pricing enables a monetary cost to be allocated to each tonne of CO₂, and equivalent greenhouse gases, emitted into the atmosphere.
Valorisation of industrial CO2 side streams and BIOCON-CO2 H2020
Montse Bosch, Area Manager at Leitat Technological Center, discusses the BIOCON-CO2 H2020 project and its transformation of raw CO2 waste into everyday products.
Operationalising decarbonisation in the surgical pathway
The majority of businesses supplying products and services into the NHS through surgical pathways cannot have failed to be aware of the declared intent by the NHS to decarbonise the health system.
A piece of the puzzle into climate research: freshwater wetlands microbes
Emily Davenport and Arpita Bose discuss the case for freshwater wetlands as vital pieces of the solution for climate change and sustainable energy synthesis.
Land restoration of abandoned farms can mitigate climate change
With millions of people leaving behind rural areas, land restoration of abandoned farms could help to reverse climate change.
Tree death contributes to climate change more than you’d think
Trees hold an important place in global climate change efforts, but with tree deaths increasing, could they do more harm than good?
Sustainability, critical raw materials and batteries
Dumitru Fornea, Member of the European Economic and Social Committee, takes a look at sustainability, critical raw materials and batteries
Cut energy needs and promote renewable to reach net-zero
To win the net-zero race, we must cut energy needs and make energy sources renewable, argues Professor Phil Hart, Director of Energy and Power at Cranfield University
The road to net-zero requires heat pump technology
Russell Dean, Head of Residential Heating and Ventilation at Mitsubishi Electric, charts the road to net-zero that requires heat pump technology.
Tropical peatland restoration will not harm palm oil farmers
Restoring tropical peatlands - which support bird diversity - would not affect the livelihoods of palm oil farmers.
The reality of carbon capture utilisation technology
Carbon capture technology is mostly marketed as a beneficial solution to the emission crisis, yet the technology in reality uses too much energy.
Natural regeneration can rapidly re-grow tropical forests
Allowing forests to naturally re-grow has been shown to be an effective strategy in tropical forests, reversing deforestation at a fast rate.
Environmentally friendly fuel cells to capture 99% of carbon dioxide
Researchers use hydrogen fuel cells for carbon capture, bringing environmentally friendly fuel cells to transportation and technology.
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