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Remember, remember, the 5th November contributes to air pollution

Remember, remember, the 5th November contributes to air pollution
As the global population continues its rapid increase (or spirals out of control, depending on your point of view), pollution and air quality are positioning themselves front and centre when it comes to climate change debates - right up there with single use plastics.
5th November 2019

Sustainable transport continues with secondary fuels

Sustainable transport continues with secondary fuels
The shift towards sustainable transport continues as Geminor commences rail transport of secondary fuels from Italy to Scandinavia. Late last year, Geminor was the first company to begin export of waste fuels from Italy to Scandinavia. The contract signed with the municipality of Naples opened for an export of 10,000 tonnes of waste annually. The export continues as planned, but the transport has now been altered, according to Andreas Hefler, Geminor Country Manager for Germany and Italy.
5th November 2019

The blueprints to encourage people to adopt a sustainable lifestyle

The blueprints to encourage people to adopt a sustainable lifestyle
Nolla cabin, a sustainable summer cottage built in 2018, was envisioned by Robin Falck and developed by Neste on the ideal of simple lifestyle with minimal to no emissions. Wanting to further support sustainable ways of living and travelling, Neste is organising a competition where 12 lucky winners can obtain the blueprints of the Nolla cabin.
4th November 2019


Is net zero emissions realistic?

Is net zero emissions realistic?
With the UK emitting in excess of 500 million tonnes of polluting emissions annually, the UK government’s response has been to set in motion an ambitious plan to completely remove carbon emissions from the environment by 2050. Here, UK car dealer, Vindis, examine the measures needed to help the country reach it’s 2050 net zero target.
24th October 2019

E-waste Day aims to increase recycling rates of electronics

E-waste Day aims to increase recycling rates of electronics
On October 14th, International E-waste Day took place for the second time, aiming to reduce the burden that e-waste places on the environment and save natural resources. More than 100 organisations from 44 countries stood behind the initiative to encourage recycling of e-waste.
15th October 2019

How can the aviation industry adopt cleaner and greener fuel?

How can the aviation industry adopt cleaner and greener fuel?
The University of Birmingham is leading a new research consortium that will tackle climate change by investigating the barriers and benefits to the UK aviation industry adopting low carbon synthetic fuel. The NewJet Network+ is one of five new groups announced by the Government looking at ways of removing the obstacles and address the challenges of decarbonising transport in the UK.
14th October 2019

E-waste day aims to increase recycling rates of electronics

E-waste day aims to increase recycling rates of electronics
Today the International E-waste Day takes place for the second time, aiming to reduce the burden that e-waste places on the environment and save natural resources. More than 100 organisations from 44 countries stand behind the initiative to encourage recycling of e-waste. Fifty million metric tonnes of e-waste is generated every globally year. Much of it is handled in an unsafe way, causing pollution, human health hazards and the loss of valuable finite resources.
14th October 2019

Germany pledges €300 million for green hydrogen research

Germany pledges €300 million for green hydrogen research
As part of the Energiewende, Germany’s transition to non-nuclear, sustainable power sources, the Ministry of Education and Research will pump at least 300 million euros more into research on green hydrogen by 2023. A total of €180 million in ministry funds were already allocated to such research in the coming years.
10th October 2019

Technology powers 45,000 homes with renewable energy

Technology powers 45,000 homes with renewable energy
An innovative device which has freed up 95MW of additional network capacity, enough to power 45,000 homes, has been successfully proven in the UK. In just a year, UK Power Networks’ LoadShare trial has already saved customers eight million pounds, and enabled enough renewable power to run 45,000 homes to safely connect to a previously constrained point in the local electricity network.
2nd October 2019

Helen Sharman sounds the climate alarm with Ørsted

Helen Sharman sounds the climate alarm with Ørsted
Ørsted is partnering with Helen Sharman, the first British astronaut in space, in a bid to encourage people to take action on climate change. Space Safari, a 360° VR project launching today, blasts the user into space and gives them a unique view over planet Earth from hundreds of kilometres away. 
25th September 2019


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