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  • Krakow welcomes CEM 2020 international emissions monitoring event

    Krakow welcomes CEM 2020 international emissions monitoring event

    From 13th to 15th May, Krakow will be the focus of the world’s leading organisations in industrial emissions monitoring. The CEM 2020 emissions monitoring event will address both European and global emissions monitoring issues, providing the ...

  • Why has the government censored a fracking report?

    Why has the government censored a fracking report?

    The government has finally released a confidential report on fracking after years of trying to keep it out of the public eye – but the paper that has emerged is heavily censored. 37 of the 48 pages of the report are entirely blacked out, ...

  • Well casing and total well depth indicator

    Well casing and total well depth indicator

    Solinst`s new Model 105 well casing and depth indicator detects metal well casing and measures total well depth using one probe. A strong magnetic assembly in the probe detects well casing, while a plunger assembly at the bottom of the probe is ...

  • Could a four-day week help the environment?

    Could a four-day week help the environment?

    A proposed four-day week has been gaining increased traction among governments the world over of late. Several cities around the globe have already trialled the idea, while Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour manifesto pledged to bring down the number of ...

  • New, convenient peristaltic pump accessory

    New, convenient peristaltic pump accessory

    Solinst Canada Ltd. has introduced a new accessory for the 410 Peristaltic Pump that makes it even more convenient for sampling shallow groundwater, surface water, and soil gas in the field. The 410 Peristaltic Pump uses a 12V DC power source to ...

  • How have carbon emissions changed in 2019?

    How have carbon emissions changed in 2019?

    Carbon emissions have risen slightly in 2019, according to the Global Carbon Project. Despite the fact that consumption of coal fell in the past 12 months, overall emissions of CO2 have increased due to ongoing growth in the use of oil and gas. ...

  • Why are birds shrinking?

    Why are birds shrinking?

    The bodies of birds are shrinking even as their wingspans increase, according to a new study from the USA. The report, published in the journal Ecology Letters, examined over 70,000 bird samples from a multitude of different species and concluded ...

  • Blackline Safety targets digital transformation, introduces new data science offering

    Blackline Safety targets digital transformation, introduces new data science offering

    Blackline Vision helps businesses maximise their investment into digital technologies to further improve operations, productivity and safety. Businesses are under more pressure than ever to perform and deliver results to their customers and ...

  • Simplified testing for BPA in source water

    Simplified testing for BPA in source water

    These days it’s common to see a "BPA Free" label on water bottles and other containers. The campaign is a response to consumers who have grown increasingly wary of the contaminant after it gained national notoriety in recent years. BPA, ...

  • Could air pollution make you bald?

    Could air pollution make you bald?

    A new study from South Korea has suggested that prolonged exposure to poor air quality could have a detrimental impact on the human body’s ability to grow hair. By examining the effects of high concentrations of the pollutant PM10 ...

  • Could farming become an absorber of carbon?

    Could farming become an absorber of carbon?

    At present, farming, agriculture and other land practices contribute around 11 gigatons to carbon dioxide emissions every single year, which is roughly one quarter of all greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. However, a recent study from the ...

  • 20 firms contributing massively to carbon emissions

    20 firms contributing massively to carbon emissions

    A recent report has revealed that just a handful of oil and gas companies are behind over a third of all global warming emissions since 1965. Conducted by Richard Heede from the Climate Accountability Institute and commissioned by the Guardian ...

  • Why are asthma inhalers bad for the environment

    Why are asthma inhalers bad for the environment

    The liquified compressed gas found in inhalers commonly used to treat asthma and other respiratory ailments is as detrimental to the environment as eating meat, according to a new study from the University of Cambridge. A prominent greenhouse gas, ...

  • Funding boost for next generation of engineers to help realise UK’s 2050 ‘net-zero’ greenhouse gas target

    Funding boost for next generation of engineers to help realise UK’s 2050 ‘net-zero’ greenhouse gas target

    Cranfield University has announced a series of scholarships to help boost the UK’s skill base as the nation looks to achieve a government target of ‘net-zero’ greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The scholarships worth £10,500 ...

  • Potential killer in UK water systems is monitored via `internet of things`

    Potential killer in UK water systems is monitored via `internet of things`

    A pair of young entrepreneurs have developed a revolutionary smart sensor that is purpose-built to wage war on the deadly legionella bug. Technology expert Florin Mangu and water hygiene engineer Joe Finn are launching the new Remote Tech `S1` ...

  • Addressing emissions - The impact of the latest emissions regulations on generators

    Addressing emissions - The impact of the latest emissions regulations on generators

    Air pollution is now the biggest environmental risk to public health in the UK. As unregulated medium sized combustion plants (MCPs) and generators are a known source of significant air pollution, addressing their environmental impact is crucial. ...

  • Weather monitoring specialists reap reward for environmental practices

    Weather monitoring specialists reap reward for environmental practices

    Skyview Systems have received the Suffolk Carbon Charter Silver Award for their carbon reduction efforts throughout their business practises. Now in their 30th year of business, Skyview delivers weather monitoring solutions to organisations and ...

  • New refrigerant sensor for R449A

    New refrigerant sensor for R449A

    Called Opteon™ XP40 by Chemours and sold in Europe directly or through the Arkema with the trademark “Forane® 449A (XP40)”, the R449A refrigerant is an environmentally sustainable, non-ozone depleting refrigerant offering a ...

  • Road weather and road surface state data now included on autonomous vehicle platform

    Road weather and road surface state data now included on autonomous vehicle platform

    Vaisala’s decades of experience in weather sensing, data collection, and analysis will ensure accurate road surface state information is delivered to connected and autonomous vehicles via Renovo’s real-time and edge-centric ...

  • Scientists discover new way to remove CO2 from the air

    Scientists discover new way to remove CO2 from the air

    Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) believe they have struck upon a novel new way of removing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air. The technique is revolutionary in that it is capable of detecting and capturing the gas at ...