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In times of the corona crisis, all the other problems that this world is facing, seem at first glance to have been put on the back-burner. Even where protecting the climate is concerned. But this is not the case at all. The ISAW team at the University of Stuttgart is currently working on a much more far-reaching survey of the concentrations of harmful emissions in the air and on more accurate modeling of their dispersion. The researchers cite greenhouse gases like methane, nitrous oxide, or carbon dioxide as examples, which are emitted by businesses such as garbage dumps or biogas facilities.

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Author profile picture Petra Wiesmayer is a journalist and author who has conducted countless interviews with high-profile individuals and researched and written general entertainment, motorsports, and science articles for international publications. She is fascinated by technology that could shape the future of mankind and enjoys reading and writing about it.As an avid science fiction fan she is fascinated by technology that could shape the future of mankind and enjoys reading and writing about it.