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A tonne of fossil carbon isn’t the same as a tonne of new trees
Offsets are not a solution. There is no substitute to actually ending the routine burning of fossil fuels.
Brown algae help us fight climate change
Brown algae suck up large amounts of carbon dioxide from the air each year.
Japan’s city of Aomori to try making electricity with snow
City officials, a local startup and University of Electro-Communications experts will run a winter pilot project to test their snow theory.
ATES tech offers Germany key building emissions savings
KIT experts say 54% of Germany is suitable for ATES deployment, with a potential for 75% reduction in heating and cooling-related emissions.
Revolutionising European rail is vital in driving green transition amid energy crisis
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.
Hydrogen for clean energy could be produced from seawater
Seawater electrolysis could produce sustainable hydrogen without worsening the global freshwater shortage.