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06 December 2023
Pivotal moment for humanity as tipping points in Earth systems and society accelerate
The report says current global governance is inadequate for the scale of the challenge of accelerating tipping points and makes six key recommendations to change course fast, including coordinated action to trigger positive tipping points.
30 November 2023
Researchers call for Dutch leading role in global methane monitoring
At COP28 in Dubai, countries want to reach new agreements to reduce emissions. This requires the identification of emission sources. The Netherlands has extensive experience with satellites that monitor methane emissions. Researchers from SRON, KNMI, TNO and TU Delft see huge methane plumes over landfills and fossil fuel extraction with their current space instrument TROPOMI.
20 November 2023
Building an ethical framework to assess offshore wind park projects
15 November 2023
More efficient electrodes for CO2 recycling
CO2 electrolysis is a promising way to store energy whilst recycling carbon dioxide. By applying electricity, CO2 and water react and produce more complex molecules. A study published in Nature Communications lead by Hugo van Montfort at TU Delft has presented a new design of electrodes that improves the efficiency of CO2 electrolysis.
14 November 2023
Behnam Taebi in "Groendoen" - Technique, ethics and policy as triangle
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