A detailed paper on the benefits and risks related to using Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil (HVO) as a greener alternative to diesel
Why are we reducing carbon,
A podcast about embodied carbon with speakers Louis Brimacombe, UK James Cadman, UK Josh Jacobs USA and Caroline Noller, Australia. Hosted by Shaun McCarthy
A Boston-area startup hopes to revolutionize how plastic bags and packaging film are recycled. Since loose bags and film jam up the equipment at recycling facilities, Obaggo proposes densifying them into convenient disks in the comfort of your kitchen.
Environmental degradation, air pollution and climate change are having devastating impacts in all parts of the world, with the greatest effect on vulnerable and low-income communities. The world is facing a climate emergency that threatens to undo decades of progress in global health. Climate change is exacerbating poverty and health inequality1 and slowing down the efforts of the global health community to realize universal health coverage.
Since our workshop at the IAPB Council of Members meeting in Dar es Salaam October 2019, and the drafting of this Guide, the world has changed unrecognizably. Most countries affected by the COVID-19 pandemic have either been through or are in lockdown as a response. Global air traffic has seen an unprecedented decline. And health systems across the world have diverted most of their resources to manage the outbreak, resulting in an almost universal suspension of crucial eye health services such as cataract surgeries and distribution of glasses.