Fastems delves into the link between automation and improving sustainable manufacturing
Fastems has taken its first steps towards understanding how…
Controllable membrane to pull CO2 out of exhaust streams
Electrically switchable system continuously separates gases without moving parts or wasted space.
Air Transat signs deal to use jet fuel made from captured CO2
SAF+ Consortium is setting up a pilot plant in Montreal to make the kerosene used for synthetic jet fuel.
New industry develops around sucking carbon dioxide out of atmosphere
Turning CO2 into a useful product that can be profitably removed from the atmosphere.
Volkswagen bets big on electric. Will consumers buy in?
Electric cars remain a niche product at less than 2% of the market, due to higher prices and worries about recharging.
Clean technology innovator CarbonCure partners with Linde
CO2 utilizing concrete technology will be introduced to 25 countries, with initial efforts focused on Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and Singapore.
Increasing government debt rarely a successful strategy
Spending our way to a heightened state of environmental stewardship could cause more harm than good.
UBC research on capturing carbon from mining secures federal funding
NRC has awarded $2 million for testing of techniques at the Gahcho Kue diamond mine in the Northwest Territories.
How Canada can tax carbon efficiently
Carbon tax should replace other, less efficient policies with the same objective and be offset by cuts in other taxes.
A cure for carbon: Putting CO2 to work in concrete manufacturing
CarbonCure’s mission is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from concrete manufacturing.
UN climate chief warns current path leads to ‘catastrophe’
She warns the world has 12 years until carbon emissions reach “a point of no return.”
European automakers claim cutting emissions could cost jobs [UPDATED]
ACEA warns against overly stringent CO2 targets, and unrealistic sales quota for battery electric vehicles.
Manitoba moves a step closer to carbon price for large emitters
Government eyeing $25 per tonne on industrial facilities with annual emissions of at least 50,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalent.
Environment groups pan Liberals for fossil fuels, parks management
Government has kept promises in principle, but not in execution.
Pollution to products: CO2 competition enters final round
The 10 finalists will collect $5 million in prize money, or $500,000 apiece.
St Marys Cement puts CO2 to work
Manufacturing cement products creates a lot of carbon dioxide, but it can be used to grow one of nature’s greenest sources.
Pond Technologies is closing the carbon cycle
The cleantech company is helping heavy industrial emitters convert CO2 into revenue.
How decarbonizing pays: research scopes benefits of pricing models
Canadians for Clean Prosperity and Deep Carbonization shows emissions can be reduced without harming growth.
Quest for a million: Shell’s CCS reaches a milestone
The $1.35 billion CO2 capture and storage project transforms carbon emissions into near-liquid that’s pumped into porous rock formations.
Cap and trade
Threat or opportunity?
Innovator Bob Mitchell says carbon is not the boogeyman; Alberta could lead the world in better energy utilization.
What to do with CO2?
A pilot with Husky Energy and a program run by EERC will put the enzyme-enabled carbon capture technology to the test.