Co2 Market

23 Jul 19
bitcoinimperia

[ad_1] https://i-invdn-com.akamaized.net/news/LYNXMPED0415S_L.jpg © Reuters. IEA Report: Bitcoin Causes 0.03%-0.06% of Global CO2 Emissions According to a report released on July 23 by the International Energy Agency (BTC) mining is likely responsible for 10‑20 Metric tons (Mt) of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year or 0.03-0.06% of global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions. Per the report, the recent […]

23 Jul 19
GardenWorld - the book

Provocation  #2019  Draconian moves? “Since London passed legislation declaring a state of climate emergency all indicators have gotten worse.” In particular increasing the ppm of CO2 in atmosphere. Public anger and concern are growing with no solutions (that both scale and make an adequate difference) in sight.   Since the public discussion is increasingly reflecting […]

23 Jul 19
Race to Save the Earth

The city of Berkeley, California just became the first city in the United States to ban the installation of natural gas lines in all new residential constructions. About half of all households in the United States are connected to a natural gas line. Natural gas is mainly used for air heating, water heating, clothes drying, […]

23 Jul 19
Vic Neufeld

Everything you need to know about ways to consume cannabis extracts like oil, shatter, budder, sap, and isolate. Cannabis extracts are a growing segment of the cannabis market as consumers begin to discover their versatility and health benefits when compared to traditional forms of cannabis consumption. Here, we look at the different ways you can […]

23 Jul 19
Vic Neufeld

Everything you need to know about ways to consume cannabis extracts like oil, shatter, budder, sap, and isolate. Cannabis extracts are a growing segment of the cannabis market as consumers begin to discover their versatility and health benefits when compared to traditional forms of cannabis consumption. Here, we look at the different ways you can […]

23 Jul 19
Vic Neufeld

Everything you need to know about ways to consume cannabis extracts like oil, shatter, budder, sap, and isolate. Cannabis extracts are a growing segment of the cannabis market as consumers begin to discover their versatility and health benefits when compared to traditional forms of cannabis consumption. Here, we look at the different ways you can […]

23 Jul 19
George Scorsis

Everything you need to know about ways to consume cannabis extracts like oil, shatter, budder, sap, and isolate. Cannabis extracts are a growing segment of the cannabis market as consumers begin to discover their versatility and health benefits when compared to traditional forms of cannabis consumption. Here, we look at the different ways you can […]

23 Jul 19
George Scorsis News

Everything you need to know about ways to consume cannabis extracts like oil, shatter, budder, sap, and isolate. Cannabis extracts are a growing segment of the cannabis market as consumers begin to discover their versatility and health benefits when compared to traditional forms of cannabis consumption. Here, we look at the different ways you can […]

23 Jul 19
CBD Vape Guide

The sales of CBD products has risen due to the increases in its demand. That has made many people to turn into the business of selling CBD products. You cannot be sure of the quality of CBD products that has flooded in the market. Before buying any CBD product, you need to consider several of […]

23 Jul 19

Skeptical Science New Research for Week #29, 2019 https://ift.tt/2y7guxW A relatively small haul of 42 articles.  The usual proportion of climate-related research domain output is notably reversed this week. Knock-on effects of climate change and how to deal with them dominated the raw feed of articles. The physical science of climate change remains fascinating in […]

23 Jul 19
Marcellus Drilling News

In 2017 and again in 2018 we brought you news about a Texas-based company called NET Power (see The World’s First Zero-Emissions Natgas-Fired Power Plant and Natural Gas with Zero Emissions? This Will Give Antis Heartburn). It seems a group of smart people at NET Power have figured out a way to capture all, as […]

23 Jul 19
Chemical Industry Research

In terms of revenue, the global activated carbon market is projected to expand at a CAGR of 8.2% from 2018 to 2026, according to a new research report titled ‘Activated Carbon Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2018–2026’ by Transparency Market Research (TMR). The global activated carbon market is driven […]

23 Jul 19
CBS Detroit
(CNN) — Investors worried about climate change are warning the world’s biggest cement producers to reduce their emissions or face extinction. A group of investors that manages $2 trillion on Monday pressured cement makers to accelerate efforts to reduce their emissions. The coalition is made up of members of the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change and Climate Action 100+, a leading campaign group with 320 supporters. Cement production, which uses huge amounts of heat and energy, is responsible for 7% of man-made carbon dioxide emissions. If the cement industry were a country, it would trail only the United States and China in emissions of the greenhouse gas. “The cement sector needs to dramatically reduce the contribution it makes to climate change. Delaying or avoiding this challenge is not an option,” Stephanie Pfeifer, CEO of IIGCC, said in a statement. “This is ultimately a business-critical issue for the sector.” Global investors are becoming more active in pushing companies to take meaningful actions to combat climate change. They have previously targeted oil and gas companies, extracting commitments from Royal Dutch Shell. The latest call to action targets four major building materials companies based in Europe: CRH, Lafarge Holcim, Heidelberg Cement and Saint-Gobain. The investors want the cement producers to commit to being carbon neutral by 2050. They are also asking for improvements to corporate transparency, disclosure and oversight on climate change. The demands have been sent to board chairs at each of the four companies. The letters are signed by investors including BNP Paribas Asset Management and Aberdeen Standard Investments. Firms that don’t move quickly to change their practices risk losing access to capital, according to the investors. With no clear single route to decarbonization, they recommend the companies pursue a range of options. Cement makers must “get ahead of the profound transformation their sector faces by addressing barriers to decarbonization in the short- to medium-term,” said Pfeifer, the IIGCC chief executive. According to the International Energy Agency, it will be difficult to reduce CO2 emissions from concrete while meeting demand for the material. Reduced demand from China is expected to be offset by expansion in other markets. The investors said Heidelberg Cement, a German multinational, has already committed to some key reforms. Heidelberg said in a statement that it takes “society’s concerns about climate protection very seriously” and that cutting CO2 emissions is one of its top priorities. Swiss company Lafarge Holcim said in a statement that it is “cognizant of the carbon footprint of cement and concrete and we are at the forefront of mitigating climate change.” It also said it was exploring new technologies to reduce its carbon use. CRH and Saint-Gobain did not respond to requests for comment. The-CNN-Wire™ & © 2019 Cable News Network, Inc., a Time Warner Company. All rights reserved.
23 Jul 19
johnalansmart

  The object. To establish zero net emissions. This presumably means no CO2 going into the atmosphere. A scenario. Eventually the ER activists began to get their message across. Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth and other less well known groups joined together and took the creation of zero emissions message worldwide. It became almost a […]