Greenhouse effect

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Sustainability

Carbon dioxide and its industrial capturing

Scientists from all over the world have been ringing the alarm bells for quite some time. Even back in 1968, the Stanford Research Institute warned the Americain Petroleum Institute of the severe consequences that burning fossil fuels generates. Nowadays, 50 years later, we only have a limited amount of time left to change the tide. […]

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Lifestyle

A difference of half a degree — who would notice?

Monday, the 8th of October. The IPCC launched its new report on the impacts of a global warming of 1.5°C to 2°C, compared to pre-industrial levels. The Paris Agreement stated that we should aim for a maximum of 2°C, but this report shows many reasons why we should aim for a maximum of 1.5°C. A ‘small’ […]

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Lifestyle

Greenhouse gases

 The biggest contributors to climate change Gas emission has always been around. As soon as we could set a fire, gases were set off in the atmosphere. All humans and land-animals produce CO2, just by breathing! And did you know that one cow can actually release up 100 to 120kg of methane gas a year – as farts! […]

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