A new report by WWF assesses the quantity and provenance of the Netherlands’ import and use of eight deforestation and conversion risk commodities: soy, palm oil, maize, coconut, cocoa, coffee, beef & leather, and timber.
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch (GPGP) is largely composed of plastic waste relating to the offshore fishing industry.
As a solution to tackling catastrophic rising emissions in its current framework however, CCS is not a climate solution.
Fertilizer producer Yara and Northern Lights have signed the world’s first commercial agreement on cross border CO2 transport and storage.
As temperatures continue to rise and overshooting the Paris Agreement’s global warming goals becomes more likely, additional approaches to reduce climate risks, like geoengineering, have been proposed by a new commission.
The first-ever larger hydrogen powered aircraft for passengers (40-80 seats) is scheduled to fly between the Netherlands and London in 2028.
Researchers projects that using a smartphone for five instead of three years could reduce the phone’s annual carbon footprint by 31%.
The EU Batteries Regulation is crucial to guarantee sustainability requirements for the whole life-cycle and recycling of batteries.
The war in Ukraine may at first delay the transition and increase emissions, but ultimately will lead to an even faster acceleration in the pace of the transition, a new report finds.
Following the latest CA100+ benchmark and IPCC report it appears that not a single oil major is Paris-aligned, Follow This reports