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E-fuels could complement the diversification of decarbonization options available to aviation

Airplanes around the world will increase their use of electric fuel by 10% by 2030, writes Al-Ain from the UAE. This fuel pollutes the...

Plant-powered planes may be no pipe dream

EU researchers are seeking to expand supplies of clean aviation fuels by producing more from agricultural sources. By Tereza Pultarova Professor David Chiaramonti is looking down at...

20 Industrial Clusters from 10 Countries Commit to Reach Net Zero

Three leading industrial clusters from China, France and the United States have joined the World Economic Forum’s Transitioning Industrial Clusters initiative, a network of...

10 Measures to Close the Emissions Reduction Gap

The Alliance for CEO Climate Leaders, a CEO-led community facilitated by the World Economic Forum that is committed to accelerating the net-zero transition, released...

Action on Energy Demand Could Boost Growth, Save Economies $2 Trillion a Year

A set of business actions aimed at reducing the intensity of energy demand could unlock annual savings of at least $2 trillion for the...

Revealing Carbon Leakage: Addressing the Possibility in Indonesia’s New Carbon Trade

Indonesia stands as one of the top greenhouse gas emitters in the world. During 2022, the nation witnessed its highest coal consumption on record,...

$13.5 Trillion Investment Needed to Fast-Track Decarbonization of Key Hard-to-Abate Industry Sectors

Transitioning to a more sustainable and carbon-neutral future, $13.5 trillion in investments will be needed by 2050, particularly in the production, energy and transport...

Leveraging Artificial Intelligence to Achieve Zero Carbon Emissions Targets in Developing Countries

As the COP28 World Climate Summit, scheduled for November 28 to December 12, 2023, in Dubai draws near, the challenges faced by developing countries...

The push to turn climate culprit CO2 into a green force

The major greenhouse gas contributing to global warming could become a prime resource for biofuels that can cut car, plane and ship emissions. By TOM CASSAUWERS Laura...

New tech for old buildings means gains for the wallet and climate

“Smart” technologies in homes reduce energy use and bills, prompting stepped-up European research in the field. By HELEN MASSY-BERESFORD They may lack the environmental wow factor of...

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