Supplier News

  1. California Will Hit Climate Targets More Than 100 Years Too Late If Current Pace Of Emissions Reductions Holds

    California will meet its 2030 climate targets more than three decades late, in 2061, and could be more than 100 years late in meeting its 2050 target if the average rate of emissions reductions from the past year hold steady, according to a new study tracking more than a decade of environmental and economic indicators in the Golden State

  2. Evoqua Announces Acquisition Of Majority Stake In Frontier Water

    Evoqua Water Technologies recently announced a majority investment position in San Diego-based Frontier Water Systems, LLC.

  3. UNEP Lays The Groundwork For Cleaner Soil In Serbia

    Fourteen former industrial sites have been shortlisted for remediation under the first-ever nationwide effort to improve land management in the Republic of Serbia.

  4. Bloom Energy And EnergyPower To Supply Reliable, Renewable, Zero Carbon Electricity From India’s BioWaste

    Bloom Energy and EnergyPower, recently announced a joint effort to deploy an integrated solution for supplying clean, reliable power to local Indian businesses

  5. AMAALA Partners With The Prince Albert II Of Monaco Foundation, The Centre Scientifique de Monaco And Oceanographic Institute To Protect And Preserve Marine Environment

    AMAALA, the ultra-luxury development situated along Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea coast, which is focused on integrated wellness and healthy living, signed a partnership agreement on Friday 27th September with The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the Centre Scientifique de Monaco and Oceanographic Institute

  6. Chevron Sets New Greenhouse Gas Reduction Goals

    Chevron Corporation has established new goals to reduce net greenhouse gas (GHG) emission intensity from upstream oil and natural gas.

  7. Indiana University Researchers Monitor Airborne Pollution In Great Lakes

    One of the longest-running air pollution monitoring programs in the nation was awarded a $5.9M grant to continue the long-term monitoring of airborne pollutants in the Great Lakes for the next five years

  8. Certarus Ltd. Announces Entering A Two Year Supply Agreement With A Leading American Energy Company To Support Its Carbon Emissions Reduction Strategy

    Certarus Ltd. ("Certarus" or the "Corporation") is pleased to announce that it has entered into a two year compressed natural gas (“CNG”) supply agreement with a leading Large Scale Independent Permian Energy Company (“Energy Company”) to support its strategy to reduce environmental impacts, including carbon emissions in the Permian Basin

  9. Carbon Removal Now Easily Available To All As Nori Launches Online Path To Support Farmers And Reverse Climate Change

    Just reducing carbon is so yesterday. The age of removing carbon emissions from the atmosphere begins today. Anyone who wants to help reverse the changing climate can now simply pay a few dollars to support CO2 removal through regenerative farming practices that pull excess carbon dioxide out of the air and lock it into the soil

  10. New Initiative Will Map And Measure Methane Emissions Across The Permian Basin

    A comprehensive new data initiative organized by Environmental Defense Fund will use advanced emissions monitoring technologies to determine how much methane is escaping from the Permian Basin, one of the world’s largest oil and gas producing regions.