KIT experts say 54% of Germany is suitable for ATES deployment, with a potential for 75% reduction in heating and cooling-related emissions.
Could the complex problem of renewable energy be solved by placing far more solar panels in deserts?
With climate commitments temporarily on the backburner, expanding sustainable and affordable transport options will be crucial in tempering high fuel costs while accelerating the green transition.
Seawater electrolysis could produce sustainable hydrogen without worsening the global freshwater shortage.
"This is not good news, but not a climate bomb," an expert said.
We must remove 660 billion tonnes of CO₂ from the atmosphere by the end of the century to limit global warming to 1.5°C.