A new report by the Oakland Institute investigate the use of biofuels from aviation sector, presenting and investigating in particular the Nestlé oil palm case, the Lufthansa jatropha and the SkyNRG recycled cooking oil.
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A new research by the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) shows possible aviation emission reduction projections due to technologies and mitigations, such as biofuels.
The latest report from IEA remarks energy sector responsibilities in greenhouse gases emissions, contributing to climate change. The paper defines new future prospective and challenges.
A new report by the Umwelt Bundes Amt, the German agency for environment, highlights how an adjustment on market mechanisms, such as cap, is needed in order to cope with EU ETS market fluctuations.
According to a new report by the WWF, a global system to regulate greenhouse emissions (GHG) from aviation is technically and economically feasible and it could help stopping the climate change.
A new study by the International Institute for Applied System Analysis (IIASA) indicates how much we should invest and when to reduce greenhouse gas emission.
The European Commission (EC) presented a new Environment Action Plan that should phase out environmentally harmful subsidies.
Seeds for Needs, a project by Bioversity International helps Ethiopian farming communities to use valuable plant genetic resources to reduce the vulnerability of crops to climate change.
According to a report by WWF, UE has to boost its commitments in cutting greenhouse gas emissions, in order to observe the European Commission’s Energy Roadmap 2050.
According to a study by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) it is essential to aim to great ambitions in order to reduce collective emissions and protect global climate.