Meet the Guide Editor
Co2 Emissions Contributors

Guide to CO2 Emissions

Burning Oil Spills in SeaCatastrophic changes in the climate around the world have created a renewed interest in global warming and the factors contributing to it. Industries, power plants, transport and food productions are often under fire for their contribution to an increase in CO2 concentration. Checking the CO2 emissions from various sources are one of the biggest challenges every country now is facing. An enormous amount of money and effort is used to come up with a financially viable solution which is acceptable to all.

There are also simple steps which we can all take to lower CO2 emissions. Switching to a hybrid car, making intelligent use of modern technologies like video conferencing and even insulation can produce unimaginable changes in the CO2 emissions from our houses. Reducing the use of fossil fuels by opting for cleaner nuclear energy and increasing efficiency of hydro electric power plants are a few of the solutions available in the power industry. The recent technological revolution in the communication sector, the iPhone, has features which help the customers to track the amount of damage they are causing to the Earth. If you want to know more about this issue then go through the articles in this series as it will equip you with all necessary knowledge to reduce the gravity of this impending danger.

Image source

http://media.nola.com/2010_gulf_oil_spill/photo/gulf-oil-burnsjpg-f0eec6fd359392b9.jpg

Latest Articles on Co2 Emissions
Save Energy for Your Home - Take the Survey

Using a home energy survey to evaluate if your home is losing energy and perhaps emitting CO2 will not only be beneficial to the environment, but will help run your home more efficiently...

Energy Efficient Fixes for Your House Reduces Carbon Footprint

Global warming is escalating; this can be mitigated by saving energy in the home through insulation of our lofts, and walls and, installing double glazing. Upgrading the central...

Understanding the Global Carbon Cycle

Carbon is one of the most plenteous elements found on earth and is essential for all life. The carbon cycle consists of biogeochemical progressions in which the carbon is subjected...

Vulcan Project Mapping CO2 in the US

With CO2 emissions on the rise and concern about it continuing to rise in higher concentrations due to industry, scientists are coming up with ways to chart and pinpoint areas of the...

Most Popular Articles on Co2 Emissions
  •  
    Biogas Reactors

    Anaerobic digestion is a process which uses a biogas reactor to degrade organic matter to produce biogas; a source of renewable energy. This gas can be used as fuel in an internal combustion engine...

  •  
    How Telecommuting Benefits the Environment

    Internet has certainly opened up new opportunities for work. Companies have now the option to let employees work from home or telecommute. Telecommuting not only provides convenience but it also supports...

  •  
    Understanding the Global Carbon Cycle

    Carbon is one of the most plenteous elements found on earth and is essential for all life. The carbon cycle consists of biogeochemical progressions in which the carbon is subjected to chemical reactions...

  •  
    How To Reduce Greenhouse Gases and Emissions

    Greenhouse gasses are produced from domestic and industry sources. There have been several initiatives to mitigate the domestic emissions, the most recent one being the Home Energy Survey. Power...

  •  
    Green Computing Brings Environmental Benefits and More

    The benefits of green computing have transcended beyond the minimal effects of portable & handheld computing devices. Green IT technologies & other computing initiatives have enabled people from...

More About Co2 Emissions
Biogas Reactors

Anaerobic digestion is a process which uses a biogas reactor to degrade organic matter to produce biogas; a source of renewable energy. This gas can be used as fuel in an internal...

CO2 Emissions Produced in the Food Industry

The food industry uses large quantities of liquid CO2 for freezing and preserving of food. They are also a major emitter of CO2, which is produced during the stages of food processing...