CO2 Emissions

New In-Depth Technology Review Supporting Cement Sector in Further Mitigating Its CO2 Emissions

Press Release

Geneva, June 22, 2017 - The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)’s Cement Sustainability Initiative (CSI) published a report focusing on the availability of the latest technologies and the need to scale up research and development that can help the cement industry mitigate its greenhouse gas emissions.

Qualcomm Urban Mobility Index: Considerations for 35 Global Cities for Future Urban Mobility


The cities in which many of us live, work, and socialize are changing. There are now 28 megacities with populations of 10 million or more, and an additional 13 cities are expected to evolve into megacity status by 2030.

As anyone that lives or works in a major city can attest, rapid population growth can place extraordinary pressure on transportation networks. Roads are more congested, buses and trains become more crowded, and journeys take longer. If cities are to keep growing, city leaders must ensure that their citizens are able to travel freely and easily.

Steel Production – Without CO2 Emissions?

by Ulrich Kreutzer

With an output of 42.7 million tons, Germany was the largest producer of raw steel in the European Union in 2015. That makes the German steel industry an important economic factor, but it is also responsible for a significant amount of pollution. In fact, the industry accounted for 6.4 percent of Germany’s total carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in 2014.

New Report: U.S. Power Sector Continues Significant Reductions of Air Pollutant Emissions

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BOSTON, Mass., July 13, 2016 /3BL Media/ - The nation’s largest electric producers continue to substantially reduce emissions of key air pollutants, the latest comprehensive analysis of U.S. power plant emissions shows.

The new report analyzed publicly reported data on carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SO2), and mercury emissions from the nation’s 100 largest electric power producers, which account for 85 percent of the nation’s power production.

The Carbon in our Food


“If food waste were a country by itself, it would be the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases behind China and the United States.”

Are you ready for a punch in the gut? Seriously, I would brace for this one. It’s going to hurt. Here we go, from page 3 of Food Foolish:

Boeing Supports ICAO Aircraft CO2 Emissions Standard

Real progress to reduce aviation CO2 emissions
Press Release

February 8, 2016 /3BL Media/ - "Boeing commends the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP) for reaching agreement on the first global standard for aircraft carbon-dioxide emissions. This standard represents more than six years of work by a group of international experts from ICAO member states, industry and non-governmental organizations.

Sanofi – Transport of Medicine and Environmental Preservation

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Sanofi has developed its supply chain of medicine towards a bigger environmental preservation for over 10 years.

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Sanofi – Gilles Lhernould Announces the Beginning of COP21

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Sanofi – Gilles Lhernould announces the beginning of COP21.

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Sanofi – Cop 21 - Sanofi, Committed Against Dengue Fever, a Disease Impacted by Climate Change

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Michael Watson, VP Vaccination Policy & Advocacy chez Sanofi Pasteur, details the future evolutions of Dengue due to climate change.

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Progress in Energy Reductions

Caterpillar's energy intensity down 28%, electrical energy use is 27.4% renewable or alternative

As part of an ambitious waste and energy-efficiency project, Advanced Components & Systems Division — Joliet Hydraulics, converted the process steam system to electric, ordered a compressed air leak inspection and implemented a regular audit and communication process. The project began in January 2014 and yielded cost savings of about $212,000 by the end of the year, with nearly 2.4 million kWh and over 1,600 metric tons of CO2 emissions avoided. Natural gas savings in the same period were about $41,500, with 320 metric tons of CO2 emissions avoided.


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