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Environment Innovation Sustainability

Baking Soda Filled Microcapsules Capture CO2 Emissions Effectively

Andrea D. Steffen
Coal and natural gas are still a major staple in the world’s energy supply. These elements release CO2 into the atmosphere. It is an ongoing battle to find a way to reverse this effect through
Environment Health

Trump’s EPA Says Mercury Regulations For Coal Plants Are Not Necessary, Cost Too Much

Andrea D. Steffen
The Trump administration’s EPA is proposing another reversal of an Obama-era standard. The EPA said limiting mercury and other toxic emissions from coal- and oil-fired power plants is not cost-effective, therefore it should not be
Environment Sustainability

Norwegian Cruise Liners Will Be Powered By Dead Fish

Andrea D. Steffen
Norway’s Hurtigruten is the world’s biggest expedition cruise operator to destinations including Antarctica, Svalbard and Greenland. It is best known for the ships that ferry tourists along the country’s fjords and coastline and up into
Environment Sustainability

These Companies Are Converting CO2 Emissions Into Something Useful

Andrea D. Steffen
Direct Air Capture technology is set to be the next big thing in green technology. At the moment it is a small industry but it is growing. Large-scale carbon management has the potential to greatly
Environment Sustainability Technology

FedEx Expands Their Delivery Fleet With 1,000 New Electric Vans

Andrea D. Steffen
“We believe that wider adoption of alternative-fuel, electric and hybrid electric vehicles will play a key role in reducing global emissions, while diversifying and expanding renewable energy solutions.” -FedEx Commercial vehicles going electric is an

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