Hi-tech vehicles to detect utility’s natural gas leaks

The ‘moving labs’ can gather and analyse methane, wind and atmospheric data

‘Confusing blue and green hydrogen is dangerous’

Australia is ignoring the environmental impact of blue hydrogen when compared with its green alternative, claims a new study

Seaweed to feed the Northern Irish ‘Dairy Girls’

Feeding seaweed to cows could cut emissions by 30% a new study has found

COP26 Live: Glasgow conference caught off guard as US and China join forces on climate

The world’s two biggest polluters have agreed to work together on reducing emissions and keeping the Paris Agreement-aligned temperature limit within reach

COP26: More than 80 countries pledge to cut methane emissions by 30% by 2030

Methane is responsible for a third of human-induced global warming

UN agency: “We are way off track”

Carbon dioxide concentrations last year were 149% above the pre-industrial level, according to the World Meteorological Organization

Artificial lightning tech moo-ves UK farms to cleaner days

Dr Nick Humphries, Chief Agronomist at N2 Applied spoke to ELN about the technology that promises to reduce methane emissions by 99% from animal waste

Equinor and Rosneft team up for low carbon solutions

They will share experience and explore opportunities within areas including reduction of flaring and methane emissions, energy efficiency and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions

From lab to market: Next-gen UK science leaders set for £113m boost

Projects supported include autonomous four-legged robots given the ability to navigate through difficult terrain, including in construction and agriculture, as well as during natural disasters and measuring and mapping the origins of and reducing methane emissions

Quantum camera to ‘dramatically’ cut methane emissions in oil and gas industry

Developed by University of Bristol spinout QLM Technology, the camera can continuously detect, quantify and model the development of leaks and notify plant operators immediately when gas escapes