Greenhouse Gas Emissions Articles

  • Business must play its part as UK looks towards net zero emissions target

    The government has signalled its commitment to strengthening the UK's commitment to fighting climate change by moving towards a net-zero emissions goal. This robust response follows  publication of  the IPCC Climate Change report, which warns that the world has 12 years to curb its greenhouse gas ...


    By Inprova Energy

  • Design for sustainability

    Five steps to help small and large companies embark on a journey towards sustainable design and green profitability. Sustainable design links social and environmental issues to the core business functions of companies (e.g. procurement, design, brand management, sales etc.) and provides a wide perspective that enables senior management to understand the broader impacts of their ...


    By thinkstep

  • Electronics destroy only policy - bad for the environment and your budget - Case Study

    Problem: Due to compelling data security concerns, a large business client had developed a destroy-only policy for the company’s used wireless devices. e-Cycle Solution: e-Cycle’s proven, rigorous mobile data deletion and protection processes gave our client the confidence they needed to do away with their destroy-only policy and began to generate significant ...


    By e-Cycle LLC

  • Managing livestock diets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions - Case study

    Scientists in South East Asia have been measuring greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from goats and cattle in a series of research projects investigating the effects of different feeding regimes. In each case, the eructed, or belched, emissions from each animal were ...


    By Gasmet Technologies Oy

  • What is TPO and Why is it Performed?

    Temperature programmed oxidation (TPO) is an analytical technique capable of establishing the oxidation of an element or compound through thermal excitation, with various applications in the field of catalysis. The performance of TPO requires a furnace or microreactor capable of increasing temperatures of a catalyst in precise increments up to extreme conditions, for example in brackets of ...


    By Hiden Analytical Ltd.

  • Electric driverless vehicles could reduce decarbonisation gap by third

    Autonomous Electric Vehicles (A-EVs) could bridge approximately one-third of the gap between current decarbonisation rates and those needed to limit global warming to 2˚C. ...

  • Reducing the Environmental Impact of Cows` Waste

    No disrespect to cows, but they produce a lot of gas. And while farmers may be unfazed by the smell, the gas is methane, one of the most potent greenhouse gases. Across the globe, livestock spew 14.5 percent of all greenhouse gases (methane, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide and fluorinated gases) released in the environment, and over half that comes specifically from cows, according to a United ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Technology choices in scaling up sanitation can significantly affect greenhouse gas emissions and the fertiliser gap in India

    Nearly 800 million people in India lack access to adequate sanitation. The choice of technology for addressing this need may have important sustainability implications. In this study, we used life cycle assessment to compare environmental impacts and nutrient recovery potentials of four different options for providing everyone in India with access to improved sanitation: (i) centralised ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The Uncertain Future of Environmental Legislation in Brazil

    After a scare, Brazil's President reiterates environmental commitments, but the battle continues ...

  • Analysis of key trends and drivers in greenhouse gas emissions in the EU between 1990 and 2015

    Publication Created 31 May 2017 Published 01 Jun 2017 Topics: Climate change mitigation The report analyses the major factors underpinning the trends in greenhouse gas emissions in Europe, both ...

  • Key trends and drivers in greenhouse gas emissions in the EU in 2015 and the past 25 years

    Publication Created 31 May 2017 Published 01 Jun 2017 Topics: Climate change mitigation This briefing summarises the main findings of the EU’s 2017 greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory submission under the United Nations Framework ...

  • Dredging Up Power

    Caterpillar Marine was selected to power three 3500 m³ trailing suction hopper dredgers for the Jan De Nul Group with Cat 3500E IMO III and EPA Tier 4 certified engines. Cat said the 3500E incorporates selective catalyst reduction (SCR) after-treatment technology with closed-loop NOx sensing and application optimized performance for minimized owning and operating costs. “Embedded ...

  • Waste materials are an underused resource the construction of Europe`s roads

    Recycled waste material could play a major role in the construction of roads in Europe, bringing both environmental and economic benefits. A new study proposes a scenario where 50% of the asphalt for Europe's roads consists of recycled materials, leading to significant reductions in costs, energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. According to the European Waste Framework Directive, there is a ...


    By European Commission

  • Syracuse, New York: AD Adds To Dog Treat Bakery’s Sustainability

    Full Circle Feed in Syracuse makes healthy, environmentally-sustainable dog treats with unused meats, vegetables, fruits, and breads from restaurant buffets that were prepared but not served. It recently won the grand prize of $10,000 in Green America’s Fall 2016 People & Planet contest in the category of sustainable products and services for pets and animals. “Full Circle Feed ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • It’s time to stop overspending our freshwater budget

    If freshwater is to remain a renewable resource, we must balance supply and demand on farms, in cities, in industry and in power production. When you look to the year ahead, what do you see? Ensia recently invited eight global thought leaders to share their thoughts. In this interview with Ensia contributor Lisa Palmer, World Resources Institute Global Water Program director Betsy Otto responds ...


    By Ensia

  • Progress of the European Union and its Member States towards 2020 climate and energy targets

    The 2016 edition of the annual European Environment Agency (EEA) 'Trends and projections' report confirms that the EU is well on track to meet its targets on greenhouse gas emission, renewable energy and energy efficiency set for 2020. Progress at Member State level is more nuanced. The 2016 edition of the annual European Environment Agency (EEA)Trends and projections in Europereport confirms ...

  • A 3-scope emissions solution

    In September, Bullfrog Power launched the availability of green fuel for businesses across Canada. Bullfrog Power’s green fuel is an earth-friendly, renewable alternative to liquid fossil fuel, allowing climate-conscious businesses in Canada to reduce the ...


    By Bullfrog Power Inc.

  • 5 ways to break the link between economic development and resource consumption

    Efficiency-promoting policies can go a long way toward sustainably boosting growing economies. The world is using its natural resources at an ever-increasing rate. Worldwide, annual extraction of primary materials — biomass, fossil fuels, metal ores and minerals — tripled between 1970 and 2010. People in the richest countries now consume up to 10 times more resources than ...


    By Ensia

  • These fires are huge, hidden and harmful. What can we do?

    Smoldering peat gives off massive quantities of carbon dioxide and other pollutants, but the search for solutions is on. As forest fires devastated Fort McMurray, Alberta, last month, a different sort of fire may have started beneath the ground. Peat, a carbon-rich soil created from partially decomposed, waterlogged vegetation accumulated over several millennia and the stuff ...


    By Ensia

  • When companies track their climate emissions

    Voluntary greenhouse gas accounting has become common in the private sector, but is it helping? Ten years ago, as part of a sustainability initiative, Walmart decided to take a look at its greenhouse gas emissions. The retail giant not only tallied up the carbon footprint of its trucking fleet and supersize stores, it also set out to quantify the greenhouse gas emissions associated with ...


    By Ensia

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