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The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere today is more than 50 percent higher than it was during the pre-industrial era. In an effort to fight climate change, many industries are grappling with how to reduce or offset their carbon emissions. Illinois Public Media's Dana Cronin reports on how farms are becoming a frontrunner in the race to reduce carbon.
— PBS (September 18) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
“This approach, which we call chemical species tomography, provides real-time spatially resolved information for carbon dioxide emissions from a large-scale commercial engine,” said research team leader Michael Lengden from the University of Strathclyde located in Scotland.
— Interesting Engineering (September 30) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
CleanCloud is an EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate) foam process that’s the result of a partnership between On, LanzaTech, Technip Energies, and Borealis, according to Nils Altogge, On’s head of technology innovation. It essentially sucks carbon out of the air and turns it into high-performance foam for shoes. The company announced the creation of its first shoe incorporating the technology, the Cloudprime, on September 15.
— Outside Magazine (September 16) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
Samsung has made a commitment to achieve net zero carbon emissions for the whole company by 2050 and will spend KRW 7 trillion (US$5 billion) over the next seven-and-a-half years to make that happen. While its plans are likely not as aggressive as Microsoft's, which previously promised to be carbon negative by the end of the decade, it intends to implement changes soon so that its Device eXperience (DX) Division is producing net zero carbon by 2030.Samsung's DX division encompasses its consumer electronics businesses, including its mobile and display manufacturing operations, and was only responsible for 10 percent of its greenhouse gas emissions in 2021.
— Engadget (September 15) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
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