The carbon dioxide sensor, known as Vanguard, can “hone in” on individual targets and attribute emissions — something public CO2 satellites already in orbit cannot do.
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by Amy Baxter | Sep 1, 2023
“Methane is a much more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide, so it’s crucial that we work closely with states and industry to develop solutions that will cut emissions at their source,” says U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm.
by Ken Silverstein | Jul 25, 2023
U.S. Climate Envoy John Kerry may have left China with an agreement on methane emissions, the most potent greenhouse gas emission of them all — and one responsible for about 30 percent of all global warming.
by Marisa Higgins | May 18, 2023
This collaboration with Scepter and AWS presents an opportunity for ExxonMobil to scale and enhance its methane emission detection capabilities, potentially supporting similar efforts across the industry.
by Jessica Hunt | Apr 26, 2023
In 2022, more than 60 percent of BMW vehicles sold in the US came from Plant Spartanburg.
by Jessica Hunt | Mar 13, 2023
The carbon calculator is an expansion of the existing “virtual farm” website, which allows users to tour two virtual farms of varying sizes and click on different aspects of the farm, such as housing, pastures, feed silos, and more, to learn about sustainability topics such as milk production, herd and nutrient management, crops and soils, and greenhouse gases.
by Jessica Hunt | Jan 19, 2023
With this new initiative, Danone expects to remove 1.2 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent to methane emissions by 2030.