Carbon Dioxide is one of the leading causes of Global warming

To reduce Carbon Dioxide emissions, successive governments have encouraged motorists to use diesel vehicles over petrol vehicles by offering lower annual tax costs depending on Carbon Dioxide levels. But a recent study conducted by Transport and Environment(T&E) claims to have found evidence that suggests otherwise. Diesel cars may actually be producing more Carbon Dioxide emissions […]View post →

The cold room

Perusers with long recollections may review the short and exceptionally uninfluential Campaign Against Cold Guinness which I propelled in another edge of this daily paper in an early years of the century. It was incited by the presentation of a barbarity called Guinness Extra Cold, a three-degrees-Celsius adaptation of an item which has, even at […]View post →

The Energy-Storage Solution

Simply, energy is a power that gives the capability to do work. Essentially, energy is known to exist in various forms in all the sciences, and there are also laws about energy storage. The basic fact known about energy is that it can directly neither be produced nor consumed. Since generating energy for different appliances […]View post →

UK’s clean energy hits a milestone

Over 50% of UK’s power output between July and September came from solar panels, wind turbines, wood burning, and nuclear reactors. This is considered a milestone since carbon-based energy production has been linked to many environmental concerns. Official government figures confirm the growth seen in low carbon power production, and the government has supported this […]View post →

Energy from garbage

For a long time, disposing of plastics in an environmental- friendly has proven to be rather difficult. This is so because in their very nature, plastic are simply non bio- degradable, seeing that they are manmade. And because man wants a strong long- lasting material, plastic materials are made to last for as long as […]View post →

European projects CO2

European projects take purpose at CO2 exhausts from building and construction In this function for Plastics Information Europe, James Snodgrass reports on European Union-funded projects that look for to decrease the co2 exhausts as well as symbolized power in building and construction. Building: it utilizes power bunches of it. The CO2 discharged from the manufacturing […]View post →