Global Carbon Capture Capacity Quadruples as the Biggest Plant Yet Revs Up in Iceland

Posted in Featured, Hardware, Science on 27th May, 2024
by Alex Muller

The project is aiming to reach megaton scale, removing one million tons a year, by 2030 and gigaton-scale, a billion tons a year by 2050.

Melting ice makes Arctic a target for a new deep sea internet cable

Posted in Hardware on 3rd Apr, 2024
by Alex Muller

The Far North Fiber project would connect Europe to Japan, but is only possible because of climate change.

How To Decarbonize 85% Of All Industry Using Today's Technology

Posted in Business, Science on 1st Feb, 2024
by Alex Muller

There are still some technological gaps to absolute zero carbon emissions, particularly in areas like ceramic requiring extremely high heat - but an 85% reduction in industrial emissions is achievable using machines and techniques that are already available.

Oxford Scientists Confirm Vegan Diet Is Massively Better For Planet

Posted in Science on 24th Jul, 2023
by Alex Muller

In the UK, meat eating declined over the decade to 2018, but in order to meet environmental targets the National Food Strategy and the UK's Climate Change Committee recommend an additional 30%-35% reduction.

Climate Change Puts Greenland's Ice Sheet At Risk

Posted in Science on 23rd Jul, 2023
by Alex Muller

A less icy and greener Greenland indicates that the ice sheet is not necessarily as stable as it appears.