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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

Symposium on clean energy utilisation and energy storage

Symposium on clean energy utilisation and energy storage
British experts from academia and industry joined their Chinese counterparts for the 2nd UK-China symposium on clean energy utilisation and energy storage. Over 100 delegates gathered at the University of Birmingham to showcase their recent developments in addressing some of the toughest challenges of climate change through the use of clean energy utilisation and energy storage. 
22nd August 2019

China renewables experts plan sustainable energy future

China renewables experts plan sustainable energy future
University of Birmingham scientists joined their Chinese counterparts at the 2019 UK-China Future Energy System Development Forum to explore new and innovative ways of accelerating the adoption of renewable energy. 
10th June 2019


Meet the pigeon pollution patrol coming to a sky near you

Meet the pigeon pollution patrol coming to a sky near you
It is estimated that air pollution is associated with around 40,000 excess deaths in the UK each year. Even more shockingly, the World Health Organisation estimates that as many as 92% of the world's population are exposed to dirty air. Particularly an issue in the developed world, exhaust fumes from diesel cars is one of the major contributors to air pollution. Paris, Athens, Mexico City and Madrid plan to ban all diesel cars from their cities by 2025.
8th March 2017


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