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Yong Wang said: “The improvements in energy efficiency have to go hand in hand with the after-treatment technologies,” External link

miragenews Friday, October 22, 2021 12:53:00 AM CEST

Omar Herrera said: “Water electrolysis is another method, but it is costly and can emit even more greenhouse gases than SMR if the electricity used is from non-renewable sources,” “In contrast, our thermal methane cracking method can produce zero emissionsits only by-product is carbon black” External link

tricitynews Thursday, October 21, 2021 11:43:00 PM CEST

Omar Herrera said: “We’re very, very excited about what we’re deploying,” “It’s going to take us down new pathways” External link

tricitynews Thursday, October 21, 2021 11:43:00 PM CEST

Jennifer Morgan said: "This Glasgow meeting really is a vital moment where governments need to be courageous," External link

canberratimes Thursday, October 21, 2021 10:05:00 PM CEST

Jennifer Morgan said: "They'll try and use this COP to show that they care, that they are really doing a lot," "There'll be a big greenwashing effort in Glasgow that needs to be called out and recognised" External link

canberratimes Thursday, October 21, 2021 10:05:00 PM CEST

Jennifer Morgan said: “This Glasgow meeting really is a vital moment where governments need to be courageous,” External link

news4jax Thursday, October 21, 2021 8:20:00 PM CEST

Jennifer Morgan said: “They’ll try and use this COP to show that they care, that they are really doing a lot,” “There’ll be a big greenwashing effort in Glasgow that needs to be called out and recognized” External link

news4jax Thursday, October 21, 2021 8:20:00 PM CEST

Matt O Keefe said: "One of the most critical weapons in the fight against climate change is eliminating carbon before it's ever released into the environment," External link

4-traders Thursday, October 21, 2021 6:31:00 PM CEST

Rico Euripidou said: “Like many systems in South Africa, we have great ideas but poor implementation. In this case, you could argue that the focus on the monitoring systems, instead of the actual emissions, might be a little misleading,” External link

mg Thursday, October 21, 2021 6:29:00 PM CEST

James Scongack said: “Low-cost, low-carbon emission energy represents a competitive economic advantage for Ontario and Canada,” External link

news-yahoo Thursday, October 21, 2021 5:35:00 PM CEST

Cara Clairman said: “Electric vehicle adoption will be a key determining factor in our fight against climate change,” External link

news-yahoo Thursday, October 21, 2021 5:35:00 PM CEST

James Scongack said: “Low-cost, low-carbon emission energy represents a competitive economic advantage for Ontario and Canada,” External link

brucepower Thursday, October 21, 2021 4:33:00 PM CEST

Cara Clairman said: “Electric vehicle adoption will be a key determining factor in our fight against climate change,” External link

brucepower Thursday, October 21, 2021 4:33:00 PM CEST

Martin Siegert said: "phrases like 'the need for urgent and accelerated mitigation actions at all scales…' should be eliminated from the report”. An Australian government official rejected the conclusion that closing coal-fired power plants is needed to avoid further warming, despite the overwhelming scientific consensus saying the opposite, the BBC reported. Australia also asked the IPCC to delete analysis explaining how lobbying by fossil fuel companies has weakened action on climate change in Australia and the US. The leaks show thousands of review comments left on the second draft of Working Group III’s contribution to the IPCC’s landmark Sixth Assessment Report , set to be published next year. At this phase of the report, an array of scientists, academics, governments, NGOs, and businesses will review the contents and leave comments on the draft report with the aim of creating a well-rounded final report that’s been through the peer-review process. The purpose of the IPCC report is to provide policymakers with the latest scientific assessments on climate change and provide an agreed-upon framework for international climate negotiations, such as those expected to commence at the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference held in Glasgow from October 31. Although the majority of these comments are constructive and valid, designed to improve the quality of the final report, it appears some governments have attempted to steer the report to suit their interests. In another instance, Brazil and Argentina — two meat-producing nations with strong agribusiness lobbies — attempted to downplay the need to cut down on meat and dairy production to fight the climate crisis. Saudi Arabia, China, Australia, and Japan also appear to push for further investment in climate capture techniques, technologies that could capture carbon from the atmosphere and permanently store it underground. While this emerging technology could play a useful role in addressing the climate crisis, it is currently very expensive and some have argued we should not be banking on them as a fail-safe rebuttal to greenhouse gas emissions. A number of countries — including India, the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia — argue that the report should have a favorable view towards nuclear power since it does not produce direct carbon dioxide emissions, despite posing While the leaked comments will undoubtedly raise questions about the potential outcome of the COP26 negotiations, many scientists believe that the revelations don't undermine the legitimacy of the final IPCC reports. They argue that the IPCC process is largely transparent, trustworthy, and sturdy enough to withstand the influence of most heavy-handed politics. “The... report exposes the behaviour of certain nations that have attempted to hold back progress on decarbonization through the IPCC process. This lobbying has no impact on the scientific credibility of the IPCC report, however," External link

iflscience Thursday, October 21, 2021 3:57:00 PM CEST

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