Post Profile






Chilean scientists produce biodiesel from microalgae

SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Biodiesel made from microalgae could power buses and trucks and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 80 percent, Chilean scientists said, possibly curbing pollution in contaminated cities like Santiago.
read more

share

Related Posts


Commercial Waste Collection Reduces Truck Traffic, Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Utilities / Energy : Environmental Management & Energy News

Commercial waste collection zones reduce truck traffic and greenhouse gas emissions associated with waste collection, according to a New York City study.

Trump administration gears up for rollback of vehicle emissions standards

US Politics / Liberal : Matthew Yglesias

The Trump administration wants to relax the nation’s greenhouse gas pollution standards for passenger vehicles, the latest in a series of actions by the administration that would undermine the nation’s climate change initiatives. En...

How The U.S. Can Go Beyond The Clean Power Plan In Carbon Reduction

Issues & Causes / Climate Change : Climate Progress

The Clean Power Plan would only reduce the United States' greenhouse gas emissions by six percent. But the government is acting to curb emissions elsewhere, too. The post How The U.S. Can Go Beyond The Clean Power Plan In Carbon Red...

South Korea to cut 2030 greenhouse gas emissions by 37 percent from BAU levels

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Reuters Environment Blog

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea has finalised its 2030 target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 37 percent from business-as-usual (BAU) levels, higher than its earlier plan for a 15-30 percent cut.

Oslo, London lead push for greener transport: study

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Reuters Environment Blog

OSLO/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Oslo, London and Amsterdam are leading a shift by major cities to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from transport, helped by new technologies that will curb climate change and reduce air pollution, a stu...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC