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Carbon Accounting: What Is It And Why Does It Matter?

Carbon Accounting: What Is It And Why Does It Matter? Image Source: https://net0.com/blog/what-is-carbon-accounting As our technology advances in the modern world, our environment also suffers. Big corporations, small businesses, and even households contribute to unintentionally harming the environment. From the production of goods up to delivering them to the consumers, we contribute to carbon emissions…
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Civil society tells EU stop ignoring aviation climate impact

Civil society tells EU stop ignoring aviation climate impact: The next meeting of the Environment Council of the European Union will take place on June 28th 2022 and on it’s agenda: The Revision of the EU Emissions Trading Systems (ETS) Directive concerning aviation. The Stay Grounded Network urges the Council in an open letter published…
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Public sector buildings given £553m for energy efficiency

Public sector buildings given £553m for energy efficiency: Public sector buildings throughout England are benefiting from an amount of £553 million in funding to set up affordable, low carbon heating & energy efficiency steps. The improvements in hospitals, schools, libraries, museums and leisure centres are anticipated to help local authorities, public bodies and taxpayers save…
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US programme forming regional direct air capture hubs

US programme forming regional direct air capture hubs The Biden Administration has launched a new $3.5 billion (£2.79bn) programme to authorize regional direct air capture hubs for large-scale removal of carbon dioxide in the US. The Regional Direct Air Capture Hubs programme, which intends to capture and store CO2 pollution directly from the air, will…
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Queensland refuse closing coal plants in energy transition

Queensland refuse closing coal plants in energy transition: Queensland’s new 10 year energy transition plan has been under attack for refusing to shut down its coal fired power stations. Mick De Brenni, Queensland Energy Minister said 50% of the state’s electricity requirements later this year would be provided by renewable sources, emissions will be cut…
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$225m US Bipartisan Infrastructure Law seeks design idea

$225m US Bipartisan Infrastructure Law seeks design idea: The US Department of Energy (DOE) is looking for views on the planning of President Joe Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s $225 million (£173m) in financing for enhanced fulfillment of building energy codes. The funding will support state agencies along with partners to advance the energy efficiency of…
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Gas to be replaced by renewables in 5 years

Gas to be replaced by renewables in 5 years: The UK can stop relying on gas and replace it with renewable energy in the coming five years. Thats according to RenewableUK, which says that if certain actions are taken to increase the renewable market & capacity, this can be obtained sooner than many people believe.…
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France activates world’s largest biomethane plant

France activates world’s largest bio methane plant: The apparent world largest bio methane production plant has been activated in France. The production unit was commissioned by Veolia and Waga Energy using biogas from a non-hazardous waste storage facility. Located in Claye-Souilly on Veolia’s industrial ecology hub, the facility treats 1.5 million tons of waste every…
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British tech firm helps NHS cut carbon emmissions by 95%

British tech firm helps NHS cut carbon emissions by 95%

British tech firm helps NHS cut carbon emissions by 95% : NeedleSmart innovation can save the NHS £247million in preventative strategies. British smart MedTech company NeedleSmart is at the forefront of helping the NHS radically reduce CO2 emissions in its clinical waste disposal by a staggering 95% as part of its Carbon Reduction Strategy, saving…
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Monarch Bioenergy Receives Major Investment

Monarch Bioenergy Receives Major Investment

Monarch Bioenergy Receives Major Investment: TPG Rise Climate Accelerates Renewable Energy Development with Investment in Monarch Bioenergy Joint Venture Joins Roeslein Alternative Energy and Smithfield Foods to further develop, implement, and expand next generation renewable natural gas technologies to curb methane emissions San Francisco and Fort Worth, TX — March 10, 2022 — TPG Rise…
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