Catalyst-based approach suggests new way of removing furans

A new study appears to reveal avenues for better pollution mitigation by enhancing the effectiveness of vanadium-based catalysts through nitrogen-doped biomass carbon for the...

Exploring underwater methane sources with mass spectrometry

Enormous amounts of methane are trapped in the ocean floor worldwide. The Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) is...

EU agrees to establish carbon removals certification framework

The EU has reached a provisional agreement to establish the first EU-level certification framework for the technologies that will be used for permanent carbon...

The UK offshores emissions through used vehicle exports, says study

Published on 20 February in Nature Climate Change, the study appeared to find that exported used vehicles generate at least 13-53% more emissions per...

Transforming concrete from a carbon problem to a carbon solution

By Carbonaide, a Finnish company serving the concrete industry As the climate continues to warm, so does the demand for technologies that can reduce CO2...

The use of biofuels may reduce black smoke emissions of cars by 90%

New research investigates how to reduce pollutant emissions from vehicles without affecting engine performance, write the participants, the University of Malaga and the Future...

EU project aims to curb release of world’s most potent GHG

A major new Horizon Europe project is seeking to reduce the release of a greenhouse gas with a global warming potential more than 25,000...

Reducing cars’ emissions easier said than done, says EU audit institution

The EU’s CO2 emissions reduction targets for new passenger cars will not be achievable as long as important prerequisites are missing, says a report...

Barclays launches climate tech hub in Cambridge

Barclays has relaunched its Cambridge Eagle Lab with an apparently new focus on becoming a centre of excellence for climate tech start-ups. The group says...

Germany to miss coal phase-out target by eight years​​​​​​

  Germany's energy system is not expected to fully retire coal until the end of 2038 according to new projections. This challenges the coalition government’s...

How to assess the carbon footprint of a war

By Benjamin Neimark, Senior Lecturer, School of Business Management, Queen Mary University of London, writing in The Conversation. We know that war is bad for...

Over two thirds of local authorities failing to gather Scope 3 carbon emissions figures,...

A new study appears to find that over two thirds of Local Authorities are failing to gather Scope 3 carbon emissions figures, despite growing...

atmosFIR CEM now has HF approval and has lowest MCERTS certification range for HCl...

This article contains paid for content produced in collaboration with Protea. Protea’s atmosFIR CEM has been certified under EN 15267-3 for HF and has had...

Tortuous progress: Key takeaways from COP28

December's COP28 event in Dubai took place against a backdrop of global emissions continuing to rise at a rate of 1.5% per year, when...

Technology not growing fast enough to decarbonize steel and cement industries by 2050

A new study appears to show that, for decarbonization goals of steel and cement to be met, and the demand for new green technology...

UK companies still struggling with reporting carbon emissions

A new report summarizes a nine-month investigation of large UK organisations’ progress in addressing decarbonisation in their operations and supply chains - finding that...

Report calls for urgent scientific examination of vital climate interventions

Emissions reductions alone are no longer enough to put us on track for a safe and manageable future for humanity, according to a new...

Why are people still flying to climate conferences by private jet?

By Carole Roberts, Researcher, Carbon Footprint of Transport, UCL; Mark Maslin, Professor of Natural Sciences, UCL; and Priti Parikh, Professor of Infrastructure Engineering and...
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Key players in concrete and cement align around ‘real-world’ roadmap towards net zero-emissions

A new report sets out a strategy for achieving net zero concrete and cement. It has been endorsed by ten of the world’s largest...

Loss and Damage fund pledges are standout of day one of COP28

A series of pledges by developed nations towards a Loss and Damage fund was the headline development on the first day of COP28, on...