Chinese authorities are focusing heavily on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in order to save the global climate. Norwegian researchers are partnering with Chinese colleagues in the effort to make the capture part of the technology more environment-friendly.
– It’s time for something new. We have produced fertilizers the same way for a century, says Truls Norby, who is a professor in chemistry. He explores a ground-breaking idea with great benefits for the climate.
High fishing pressure tends to lead to proportionally fewer old and large individuals in fish stocks.
Bacteria and archaea could be used to monitor stored carbon dioxide (CO2) and convert it into useful products, such as ethanol and acetate, say researchers at the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) and the University of Oslo.