We are entering a new era in monitoring of environmental super-emitters. A non-profit organization “Carbon Mapper” plans to deploy a network of satellites that can pinpoint sources of methane and carbon dioxide emissions.
Google Earth has unveiled features that allows users to view more than three decades of imagery from satellites. The tool is called Timelapse and can be used by scientists, journalists and activists for investigations.
In times of the coronavirus and new CO2 tax, farmers in Germany are going to face a challenging season lying ahead.
CO2 networks are partnerships between cities around the world that would share the cost and geological resources needed to trap emissions deep in the earth and give us a shot at stalling climate change.
Elon Musk is going to fund $100 million towards a XPRIZE for the development of the best carbon capture technology.
Newly elected president Joe Biden reinstated the US to the Paris Agreement just hours after entering his office.
Recently, we have finished one of the best climate accelerators in the European Union’s EIT Climate-KIC.
Carbominer attracts investments from the SMRK fund
Carbominer was featured in the long list of winners of the nomination for “Best Early-Stage Startups” of Ukraine Innovation Awards 2020.
The Green for Growth Fund (GGF) announced the 15 finalists of the 2020 Clim@ competition with the best green initiatives to protect the climate and Carbominer made it to the top 15.