Canada has made significant advancements in clean energy in recent years. The country has set ambitious targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and it has implemented a number of policies and initiatives to support the transition to a clean energy economy.
However, there are still obstacles to overcome, such as the high cost of renewable energy and the lack of public support for some clean energy projects.
Road transport is one of the most polluting sectors in the world, accounting for more than 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions. It is also a major source of air pollution, which can cause respiratory problems, heart disease, and cancer. In this blog post, we will explore the environmental impact of road transport and what we can do to reduce it.
In this blog post, we will explore the concept of smart cities and how they are changing how we live in urban areas. We will discuss the technologies that make them possible, their benefits, and how they are helping us build more sustainable cities for the future.
Carbon offsetting allows individuals and businesses to take responsibility for their carbon footprint and support projects that reduce emissions. But is it really effective in the fight against climate change or just a cop-out? In this blog post, we explore the controversy surrounding carbon offsetting.
For years, we have known about the dangers of climate change and the greenhouse effect. However, many people need help understanding the science behind it. This video post explains the carbon cycle and how it relates to climate change.
CCS is seen as a critical technology for mitigating climate change, as it can potentially capture up to 90% of carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. Today we explore what it is, how it’s done, and the main benefits, challenges, opportunities, and potential future of this nascent industry.
The U.S. Supreme Court, in a Thursday opinion, limited the Environmental Protection Agency’s(EPA) power to regulate emissions from power plants. Here’s what that means for the environment and the fight against climate change.
Greenhouse gas emissions are gases that trap heat in the Earth’s atmosphere. The most common greenhouse gases are water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide. Greenhouse gas emissions come from a variety of sources, both natural and human-made. We’ll explain what these gases are, present examples, and offer solutions to reduce particular greenhouse gases from your routine.
In September 2021, the Swiss company Climeworks opened the first carbon capture plant in Iceland. Named Orca after the Icelandic word for energy, this plant permanently removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and securely stores it underground.This technology has exciting implications for environmental health and sustainable industry.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Orca carbon capture plant.
What’s your individual carbon footprint in relation to the global carbon footprint? Are there steps you can take to reduce your overall carbon contribution? This infographic breaks down the numbers.