Tag: methane

LGI biogas

LGI Is Generating Green Electricity From Landfill’s Biogas

In an ideal world, all garbage would be recycled and the planet would be powered entirely by renewable energy,

Rockets

Why Aren’t Rockets Powered by Eco-Friendly Hydrogen?

From an environmental standpoint, a rocket should be hydrogen-fueled. When hydrogen is burned, it is combined with oxygen from

Methane

Methane – A Bigger Threat To Climate Than CO2 In Short Time Frame

Methane (CH4) which is the main component of natural or fossil gas is vastly more potent warming agent than

Renewable Natural Gas – May Help Offset Some Environmental Damage

Renewable natural gas (RNG) is a pipeline-quality gas that is fully interchangeable with conventional natural gas and thus can

Biogas: The Secret Behind Rolland’s Sustainable Paper

As the corporate world continues to examine how to reduce its environmental footprint, and more businesses set strategies with

HomeBiogas: Using Food Waste To Make Fuel

Engie’s HomeBiogas has built up a solution that lets people generate methane wherever they are using just food scraps.

Fighting CO2 By Releasing More CO2…???

On May 11, levels of the carbon dioxide gas reached 415 parts per million, more than 100 ppm above

World Meteorological Organization : CO2 Levels Reach A New High In 2017

Concentrations of key green house gases (GHG) in the atmosphere that are driving up global temperatures reached a new

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