Carbon dioxide is ever – more a green-natured agent when applied in a growing number of industries. Further, it is often difficult to think of carbon dioxide as a green chemical or gas, when at first blush, CO2 is indeed the greatest… Continue reading Can CO2 be a green chemical? Yes, when derived from biofuels and other sources
LONDON – For years, the energy companies have been telling us not to worry. Yes, mounting carbon emissions threaten to heat up the world – but technology, particularly carbon capture and storage, or CCS, will come to the rescue… Continue reading China and US Partner to Boost Search for CO2 Capture
Is “green gas” an oxymoron? Not according to San Diego–based Sapphire Energy.
The local company claims it can create a fuel that’s green in more ways than one. Created from algae, sunlight, carbon… Continue reading Could Your Car Run on Algae?
A Japanese restaurant “Bum Bun Blau Cafe with Bee Hive” at Shinagawa, Tokyo, is now promoting a signature dish – green soba noodle with blue soup. According to the restaurant owner, this is one of the most famous and popular dish in their restaurant, and it is well known for… Continue reading [CN] “Blue soup” served on your table: Phycocyanin and Spirulina supplemented cold Soba noodles
In July 29-30, 2014, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) will host its seventh annual conference: Biomass 2014: Growing the Future Bioeconomy. Co-hosted with Advanced Biofuels USA,… Continue reading BETO to host Biomass 2014 July 29-30