Tag Archives: carbon sequestration

Odisha’s offer to climate change: Nalco’s ‘out of the box’ at Angul

[India] Even as India’s role in clinching the historic Climate Change agreement at Paris has been hailed by world leaders, a novel initiative in Odisha is already showing the way for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Continue reading Odisha’s offer to climate change: Nalco’s ‘out of the box’ at Angul

Carbon sequestration through micro-algae technology in Odisha

Already having a distinction of the first Indian state to implement the Climate Change Action Plan, Odisha has now added another feather to its cap as the first state to pilot carbon sequestration through micro-algae technology Continue reading Carbon sequestration through micro-algae technology in Odisha

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

Beneficial algal species discovered in India

Two new bloom-forming algal species were discovered recently off the west coast of India. These two species have excellent carbon capture properties — ability to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and reduce global warming — and are also promising candidates for use as bio fuels.

Currently, a number of research groups are working on using algae as a potential candidate Continue reading Beneficial algal species discovered in India

ABM Interview with Dr. Thierry Chopin: The age of algae

Dr. Thierry Chopin of the University of New Brunswick (UNB) admits the brown, red and green slippery, bulbous stuff covering virtually every coast in the world isn’t the most appetizing looking product for a westerner. Chopin, Continue reading ABM Interview with Dr. Thierry Chopin: The age of algae