Tag Archives: carbon emission

Algenol to participate in business development mission to China

Algenol proves, once again, to be a global leader in the commercialization of advanced biofuels from CO2, as the company joins the U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz and the U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker on a business development mission to Continue reading Algenol to participate in business development mission to China

India’s first Carbon Sequestration Seminar at Bhubaneswar

With an aim to provide the stakeholders a strong platform to discuss about advanced technology and find out solutions to the alarming global warming situation due to increasing numbers of coal fired power utilities, NALCO, Indocan Technology Continue reading India’s first Carbon Sequestration Seminar at Bhubaneswar

How much longer can the aviation industry fight off emissions controls?

Aviation emissions are a major clause of climate change, writes Valerie Brown – yet they remain unregulated. The gap between the best and worst performing airlines demonstrates ample opportunities for improvement – but is the political will there to impose effective regulation? Continue reading How much longer can the aviation industry fight off emissions controls?

Book shows how sustainable food could boost health

A VISION of Scotland’s future where low-emission cattle graze in fields and cars fuelled by seaweed zip along the roads is set out in a new book that claims to show how reshaping food production could create a healthier population and save the planet… Continue reading Book shows how sustainable food could boost health

Researchers find “Three Routes Forward for Biofuels”

From California, we heard of a study just released  by the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis — “Three Routes Forward for Biofuels,” that helps chart a new path toward the sustainable use of biofuels as a low-carbon, renewable fuel source… Continue reading Researchers find “Three Routes Forward for Biofuels”