Tag Archives: Greenhouse gases

14Dec/21

Zoomo announces supercharged utility e-bike to kill the petrol-moped

Zoomo, the world leader for electric last mile delivery bikes, today announced the launch of its highest performance utility e-bike yet, the Zoomo One. With unprecedented speed, safety and durability specs, the Zoomo One is built to supplant petrol mopeds and accelerate the move towards carbon-neutral cities. Continue reading

27Apr/21

Clean electrification and hydrogen can deliver net-zero by 2050, says global private-sector coalition

The Energy Transitions Commission (ETC), a coalition of more than 45 leaders from global energy producers, energy industries, financial institutions and environmental advocates – including ArcelorMittal, Bank of America, BP, Development Research Center of the State Council of China, EBRD, HSBC, Iberdrola, Ørsted, Shell, Tata Group, Volvo Group and the World Resources Institute among others – released two new reports analysing the feasibility of achieving a net-zero greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) economy by 2050 Continue reading

07Feb/17

Tropical leaves could reduce cow emissions

Mexican researchers discover that tropical leaves could reduce methane emissions in cows, a major contributor to climate change. Bob Mezan reports. Continue reading

30Nov/15

Plankton increase may be due to rising carbon dioxide levels

Johns Hopkins University researchers have expressed concern after finding a major increase in the world’s population of plankton, citing rising carbon dioxide levels as a potential cause.
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21Nov/15

NASA uses new tool to track rising carbon dioxide levels

NASA scientists use a new satellite to track rising carbon dioxide levels and urge policy leaders to reduce emissions ahead of the Paris climate summit.
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24Feb/15

Carbon dioxide released by the ocean thousands of years ago may have ended the ice age

UK (Next Media) – Recent research conducted by the University of Southampton and published in Nature magazine suggests that carbon dioxide released from the ocean played a large role in ending the most recent ice age.
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