Tag: Carbon dioxide

Algae Offer Great Potential for Energy Production

The idea that algae can be used for the production of green energy is not new, and numerous universities have presented their concepts of facilities that generate electricity using these organisms. Among them...

What Happens When the Lifespan of Solar Panels Ends? Is There a Reason for Concern?

New technologies bring hope for a better and safer future, but at the same time, they also bring anxiety – what negative consequences might they leave behind? Electric vehicles, for example, are...

Development of Environmental Protection

Humanity’s contemplation about its negative impact on nature has left a written trace dating back several centuries. Yet, at that time, there was not enough knowledge about the extent to which such...

Procredit Bank – the New Face of Digitization

Most banks worldwide are digitizing banking services, and the challenges that their clients have to face are identical – changing their habits and accepting that digital banking brings multiple benefits. Thanks to...

CEEFOR is Designing Another Power Plant

At a time when countries worldwide are searching for sustainable solutions, reaching for renewable energy sources and striving for energy independence, every new project implemented along the way is a symbol of...

Sustainable Architecture Principles Throughout History and Today

Back in 2017, the United Nations Global Status Report revealed the fact that large-scale pollution came from buildings and the construction sector, supporting it with concrete data. As stated, 36 per cent...

Szeged Introduces a Geothermal Energy District Heating System

The Hungarian Ministry of Construction and Transport recently announced the completion of the project for a new geothermal heating system in Szeged. According to the Ministry’s announcement, six million euros have been invested...

Producing Hydrogen from Iron-Rich Rocks without Emitting Carbon Dioxide?

Hydrogen is often said to be the fuel of the future because its combustion does not emit carbon dioxide. However, for now, most hydrogen gas is still produced from natural gas, which...

After Slight Rise In 2023, Methane Emissions From Fossil Fuels Are Set To Go Into Decline Soon

Methane emissions from the energy sector remained near a record high in 2023 – but substantial policies and regulations announced in recent months, as well as fresh pledges stemming from the COP28...

NEW INITIATIVE AIMS TO CURB THE TOXIC IMPACTS OF AGRICULTURE

The governments of Ecuador, India, Kenya, Laos, Philippines, Uruguay, and Vietnam have come together to launch a 379 million dollars initiative to combat pollution from the use of pesticides and plastics in...

HOW CAN SATELLITES AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE REDUCE METHANE EMISSIONS?

Although it seems that in the fight against the climate crisis, the strongest focus is on reducing carbon dioxide emissions, last year's UN Conference on Climate Change showed that there is a...

DEFORESTATION CONTRIBUTES TO INCREASED MERCURY POLLUTION – AFFORESTATION REDUCES IT

The danger of possible contact with mercury is something we have been familiar with since childhood when using old-fashioned thermometers. However, mercury is much more present in our living environment and its...

NOXATEST THE GREEN FUTURE OD DIAGNOSTICS

Not so long ago, we witnessed a global pandemic. In our country, the first case was recorded over three years ago. After that, the situation became more complicated and less clear every...

THE TREND OF GROWING ELECTRIC CAR SALES

The decarbonization of road transport, which accounts for more than 15 per cent of global energy-related emissions, is a challenge that almost the entire planet is grappling with. Alternative fuel vehicles, which...

Greenhouse Gas concentrations hit record high. Again.

The abundance of heat-trapping greenhouse gases in the atmosphere once again reached a new record last year and there is no end in sight to the rising trend, according to a new...

Latin America to play an essential role in the global transition to a more secure and sustainable energy system

At a time of rising geopolitical uncertainty and accelerating energy transitions, an extraordinary endowment of energy and mineral resources, as well as a history of clean energy leadership, positions Latin America and...

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