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  1. ExxonMobil And Mosaic Materials To Explore New Carbon Capture Technology

    ExxonMobil and Mosaic Materials said today that they have entered into an agreement to explore the advancement of breakthrough technology that can remove carbon dioxide from emissions sources.

  2. UK Aid Doubles Support To Reduce Global Carbon Emissions And Help Developing Countries Adapt To The Impact Of Climate Change

    The UK is doubling support to help developing countries reduce their greenhouse gas emissions as part of efforts to help meet the global targets set in Paris

  3. EPA Requires General Iron To Install Additional Air Pollution Controls

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced an Administrative Consent Order (ACO) requiring General Iron Industries Inc. to install additional pollution controls to reduce air emissions at the company’s Chicago facility

  4. General Iron Installs First RTO In The Midwest To Control Metal Shredder Emissions And Reaches Agreement With US EPA Resolving Alleged Violations

    General Iron Industries, Inc., a metal shredding and recycling facility in Chicago, has installed and is now operating a $2 million regenerative thermal oxidizer (RTO) that enables the company to fully comply with, and outperform, a state requirement to reduce uncontrolled volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions

  5. Indie Brand Innersense Organic Beauty Sets Sights On Sustainable Packaging; Teams With Plastic Pollution Solutions

    Award-winning clean hair care brand Innersense Organic Beauty announces its partnership with Plastic Pollution Solutions to research, test and implement innovative packaging strategies for its clean-rated, cult-status organic hair care brand

  6. Cool Effect Announces One Million Tonnes Of Carbon Retired

    Cool Effect, a Bay Area based non-profit focused on fighting the climate crisis, recently announced one million tonnes of carbon emissions have been retired through Cool Effect’s carbon reduction projects across the globe

  7. Detroit Zoo To Meet 100% Renewable Energy Goal

    The Detroit Zoological Society (DZS) took a major step forward on its "Green Journey" today, announcing that the Detroit Zoo will be powered by 100% Michigan-made renewable energy through DTE Energy's MIGreenPower program

  8. EPA Awards State Of Texas Over $3.7M To Manage Water Pollution

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced a grant of $3,729,500 to the Texas State Soil & Water Conservation Board (TSSWCB)

  9. New HOBO® MicroRX Station Delivers Easy-To-Deploy, Affordable Web-Based Monitoring For Environmental Research And Agriculture

    As weather patterns are changing, it is more important than ever for researchers and growers to have a reliable system for recording and responding to climate conditions

  10. Enviva Welcomes North Carolina DEQ’s Efforts And Community Participation In The Company’s Permitting For Voluntary Air Quality Controls At Northampton Facility

    Enviva Partners, LP, the world’s largest producer of wood pellets, which provide low-carbon, renewable power, issued a statement thanking the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) for their work to ensure that residents’ and other interested parties’ voices were heard during a month-long public comment period as well as at tonight’s public hearing held at the Northampton County High School