Climate Change and Environment

An EU-funded initiative is developing a research strategy to address environmental challenges and offer multiple benefits.
An EU-funded initiative has made great strides in saving fossil resources and reducing the greenhouse effect with their process of using carbon dioxide (CO2) as a raw material in a wide range of products.
Scientists have developed an innovative method for disintegrating polyethylene terephthalate (PET) in plastic bottles and fabrics for reuse in various products.
An EU-funded initiative will help better match energy supply with demand, thanks to its cooperative energy demand management solution.
Scientists have developed a method that can map the advancement of glaciers in cold periods and their melting in warmer periods. The data may be used to predict sea level rise.
The transition towards a low-carbon and resource-efficient economy is gathering momentum, thanks to various EU-funded initiatives implemented in urban areas.
An EU initiative has been demonstrating energy- efficient refurbishment, mobility and integrated infrastructure solutions to help Europe get smarter and greener.
Scientists have successfully captured otherwise emitted CO2, and turned it into carbonate minerals deep underground in less than 2 years.
Renewable liquid transportation fuel produced in a novel solar fuel plant in Spain promises an eco-friendly future for aviation.
Researchers have revealed how marine sponges contribute to the ecological functioning of global oceans.
Power ON Gas 2019 conference will provide an extensive overview of biogas and power-to-gas (P2G) markets.
How can people be motivated to improve their energy use? An EU-funded cross-cultural study looks into how people interact with building technologies to control their indoor environment.
Researchers are developing a remote-sensing technology to detect emissions from passing cars without disrupting the flow of traffic.
An EU initiative is taking steps in several cities to improve citizens’ quality of life with various moves in energy, mobility and ICT sectors. These cities will serve as future models for replicability.
Preliminary test runs at a Belgium cement plant successfully demonstrate innovative carbon capture technology.
At the 2019 International Water Association Resource Recovery (IWARR) Conference, over 300 experts and practitioners will present ideas and innovations to help the environment. The main focus will be on recovering resources from urban and agricultural wastewater.
Researchers studied how fish respond to rapid changes in their environment using biological observations and novel sensing technology.
An EU initiative helps citizens engage in electricity grid expansion processes to smooth the way towards a greener economy.
EU-funded researchers present the causes of increased air pollution in West Africa and suggest ways to tackle the problem.
Can carbon dioxide (CO2) stored below the ocean floor be detected when it leaks? And what does this mean for the environment? An EU-funded study strives to answer these questions.
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