Global Thermostat Named Among World’s 10 Most Innovative Energy Companies
Global Thermostat, a disruptive, carbon-negative technology company that captures carbon from air and transforms it into cash, was selected as one of “The World’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies of 2015 in Energy” by Fast Company, one of the world's leading business media brands.
Nanomaterial to help reduce CO2 emissions
University of Adelaide researchers have developed a new nanomaterial that could help reduce carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power stations.
2010 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Data from Large Facilities Now Available from EPA
For the first time, comprehensive greenhouse gas (GHG) data reported directly from large facilities and suppliers across the country are now easily accessible to the public through EPA’s GHG Reporting Program.
U.S. EPA approves new water quality standards for Chicago River System
The US Environmental Protection Agency has approved the State of Illinois' new and revised water quality standards for five segments of the Chicago and Calumet Rivers.
Study Provides Tools to Better Predict, Assess, and Manage Nuclear Waste Disposal Decisions
Engineering and scientific experts associated with US and New York state energy agencies announced they have developed an improved method of predicting scenarios where people might be exposed to radiation from nuclear waste disposal sites.
Active Water Sciences Wins Environmental Technology Award for Wastewater Treatment Breakthrough
Active Water Sciences, LLC, pioneering developer of The Water Phoenix wastewater treatment system, has been honored for introducing a breakthrough technology with far-reaching impact on improving the global environment.
EPA Sets Stronger National Air Quality Standard for Sulfur Dioxide
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is issuing a final new health standard for sulfur dioxide (SO2).
NSF to Fund Water and Environment Technology Center
The National Science Foundation has awarded a five-year, $1,24 million grant to The University of Arizona and two other universities to fund a research center to investigate new clean-water technologies.
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