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Swedish Smart Climate to showcase environmentally-friendly solution that slashes emissions at regional airports

Smart Climate in Umeå, Sweden, has developed an environmentally smart cooling and heating system for aircraft cabins. Its ‘Pure Generation AC’ solution will enable airports to get a new source of income while reducing emissions by up to 99%, as well as help airlines save money. Learn more about Smart Climate and its exciting new […]

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Hydrogen fast track – OGE and RWE present national infrastructure concept “H2ercules”

Hydrogen production, storage and import terminals in the north of Germany to be connected with consumers in the west and south Plans for up to 1 GW of new electrolyser capacity and 1,500 kilometres of pipeline Further partners to be connected / large consumers have signalled interest Germany is facing tremendous challenges in the decarbonisation […]

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Platform.sh commits to helping its customers reduce carbon emissions from cloud activities

Paris/San Francisco, 17th March 2022 – Platform.sh, a unified, secure, enterprise-grade platform for building, running and scaling web applications, has worked with Greenly to calculate its carbon emissions to provide a clear picture to its customers.  Climate change is real. The IT sector is estimated to be responsible for 4% of the global GES emissions, a bigger impact than […]

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Another Year Passes and The Climate Change Deadline Looms Ever Closer

Written by Mark Perera, CEO, Vizibl As 2022 gets underway, we are reminded once again that the 2030 climate change deadline looms ever nearer. The key goal is to keep global warming to 1.5˚C – a task which, despite the efforts of global leaders at the UN’s Climate Change Conference (COP26) in November last year, […]

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Former EPA Head, Carol Browner and National Security and Risk Expert R.P. Eddy join Cervest’s Climate Intelligence Council

Cervest, the Climate Intelligence company working to put climate at the core of every decision, welcomes two new members to its Climate Intelligence Council (CIC): Carol Browner and R.P. Eddy. Browner is the former Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy. Eddy […]

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Over 200 global companies come together to stop 2 billion plastic bottles from entering the world’s oceans

Over 200 global companies have stopped another billion plastic bottles from entering the world’s oceans. This was achieved through Plastic Bank’s recycling ecosystems in just 8 months, and is 12 times faster than the first billion stopped. This 2-billion milestone is evidence of Plastic Bank’s commitment to stop ocean plastic and end poverty in the […]

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United Airlines invests in latest $35M ZeroAvia funding round and places order for 100 hydrogen-electric engines

As the company moves closer to commercialization of its hydrogen-electric technology, ZeroAvia has secured a new raise of $35 million to help develop its 2-5MW zero-emission powertrain system for regional aviation. As announced today, United Airlines has invested in ZeroAvia through this round, and our agreement with United anticipates an order for 50 ZA2000-RJ engines, […]

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Transport CEO calls for investment into reducing peak-time traffic to reach net zero

In response to Transport Day which took place at COP26 yesterday, Godfrey Ryan, CEO of transport experts Kura, says: “We must urgently address the school run and the daily commute if we are to reach emissions targets and resolve the fundamental issues with transportation, such as congestion, pollution and safety on the roads. “Transport is […]

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