In the Pioneers in Mobility month, we feature stories from companies that work on the mobility of the future. This time: Bosal.
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Scientists have created a new model for predicting COVID-19 infection risk in offices and classrooms, which uses CO2 to assess ventilation efficacy. As more UK […]
Value Maritime has the premiere with a ship that can capture and store CO2. The technology is derived from greenhouse horticulture.
A new report by the European Institute of Innovation and Energy EIT InnoEnergy reveals that its portfolio of 250+ innovative start-ups and scale-ups has the […]
Maersk aims to lead the way in decarbonizing the world's shipping container logistics with the construction of eight new ocean-going ships.
With the existing Oceanic Thermal Energy Conversion, greenhouse gas emissions can be captured indirectly, although an electrochemical method is also an alternative.
Fraunhofer researchers in Germany are using the greenhouse gas as a raw material for plastics. In order to do this, they first produce methanol and formic acid from CO2.
International researchers have found a way to use finely ground rock to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and thus reduce global warming to below 1.5°C.
The construction industry in Austria wants to contribute to a climate-friendly future with the eco-concrete developed by the Graz University of Technology.
TU Munich, together with other institutes, has discovered that fungi that eat dead plant matter can, and perhaps should, play a much bigger role in storing CO2 in soil.
For the first time, the Photanol Factory in Groningen is working with special bacteria that convert CO2 into raw materials for bioplastics.
As part of the EU-funded FReSMe project, scientists are researching the possibility of producing the climate-friendly fuel methanol from the harmful climate gas CO2.
According to a report published today by the European Patent Office (EPO) and the International Energy Agency (IEA), there is an urgent need to invest in clean technology.
CO2-neutral living and working is a goal for many people. But how do you achieve it? We need the tools to make it work in practice.
A platform of supply or demand geared towards the transportation of large goods leads to reductions in carbon dioxide emissions.
Every other week, we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at how the earth is becoming more sustainable. This week: Can companies offset CO2 emissions by planting trees?
Wooden pallets are a thing of the past if it is up to start-up Yellow Pallet. The company makes pallets from banana fiber. This is more sustainable and prevents deforestation.
Chemical engineers at Arlanxeo in the Dutch city of Geleen have proven that the rubber production based on sugar cane has a much lower CO2 footprint than that of petroleum-based rubber.
As part of the "ICE2025+" project, researchers from four different German universities have studied to what extent the efficiency of internal combustion engines can be improved in hybrid drives.
The Synfuel project combines several technologies to make green fuel for the transport sector. Among other things, they make use of biomass and wind energy.