If you look at your chimney, or the inside of exhaust pipe, you might find the existence of black soot. This is actually piling up...
Archive for tag: carbon
04.092021April 6, 2022
According to Experts, Cutting Methane Isn’t a Shortcut for The Climate Crisis
By GeronimoIn Hello EarthTags action, carbon, carbon dioxide, carbon emission, carbon footprint, food for thought, methane, methane action
Fear is a powerful drive. Once we find out that methane is responsible for 30-50% of current global warming, and that it’s at least 28...
28.022021February 25, 2021
Scientists Turn Sugars Found in Wood into Natural Polymer
By GeronimoIn Eureka GreenTags bioengineering, biotechnology, carbon, carbon emission, carbon footprint, carbon neutral, carbon recycling, co2, engineering, green innovation, innovation, natural polymer, polymer, recycling, recycling carbon, science, technology, upcycle
Maybe we’re a few steps closer to producing sustainable polymer now. Scientists from the University of Bath have made a sustainable polymer. They used xylose,...
02.102020April 6, 2022
Climate Change: The Other Sides of The Story That We Can Use as Food for Thought
By GeronimoIn Hello EarthTags carbon, carbon emission, carbon footprint, carbon neutral, climate change, food for thought, mining
Bloomberg reported that the EU wants to ramp up efforts to slash pollution in the bloc through its Green Deal. The European Commision will probably...
13.122019December 9, 2019
Survey Found Most Of Us Don’t Understand Carbon Footprint
By sataksigIn Hello EarthTags carbon, carbon footprint, green energy, nature
We all produce carbon footprint in every single activity that we do every day. But what is carbon footprint? The term is used to define...
06.062019June 4, 2019
We Depend on Trees to Reduce Carbon, But Will That Last?
By GeronimoIn Hello EarthTags carbon, carbon dioxide, carbon footprint, climate change, global warming, photosynthesis, trees
We always want to restore forests and make things greener because we know that plants play a vital role in pulling excess carbon out of...