Tag Archives: net zero

Net Zero vs Absolute Zero

The majority of official climate targets, put in place via the Paris Agreement and during [...]

Can Global Collaboration Get Us To Net Zero?

For most countries around the globe, finances, resources and infrastructure all provide significant barriers to [...]

The Role of Carbon Capture in a Net Zero Future

Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS): the process by which carbon dioxide emissions (produced by [...]

Cyprus Sets Out Plans for Hybrid Energy Storage System

Cyprus has announced plans this week for the integration of its energy storage systems (ESS) [...]

Net Zero Case Study: Cascais, Portugal

Cascais is a traditional fishing town located on the west coast of Portugal, not far [...]

UK No Longer World Leader in Fighting Climate Change

According to The Climate Change Committee (CCC), the UK has lost it’s leadership role in [...]

The UK Could Fall Behind in Worldwide Decarbonisation Effort

There are potentially “disastrous consequences” for the UK should it fall behind in the global [...]

New Zealand Launches Biggest Carbon Emission Reduction Project in its History

New Zealand has today announced its ambitious plans to cut it’s carbon emission; spearheading the [...]