Tag Archive | "CO2"

UH Hilo led algae research may produce energy with negative CO2 emissions

Researchers from the University of Hawaii at Hilo, in affiliation with Duke and Cornell Universities, have authored a study that suggests making croplands more efficient through algae production could unlock an important negative emission technology to combat climate change.

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There is no doubt that volcanic eruptions add CO2 to the atmosphere, but compared to the quantity produced by human activities, their impact is almost trivial.

Volcano Watch: “Move your paddle silently through the water”

There is no doubt that volcanic eruptions add CO2 to the atmosphere, but compared to the quantity produced by human activities, their impact is almost trivial.

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Volcano Watch: Reduced sulfur dioxide emissions from Kilauea’s east rift

Volcano Watch: Reduced sulfur dioxide emissions from Kilauea’s east rift

(Volcano Watch is a weekly article written by scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.) Like the delicate interplay between the Spanish and Dutch soccer players in the final game of the World Cup, competing forces shape our island environment and control prevailing conditions. For example, volcanic air pollution in Hawaii is a […]

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This recall involves Zefal CO2 bicycle tire inflators with a small pressurized carbon dioxide cartridge.  The pressurized cartridge containing carbon dioxide (CO2) can forcefully separate from the pump head, posing a risk of injury to the consumer.

CO2 bicycle tire inflators sold at Walmart recalled by Todson Inc. due to risk of injury

This recall involves Zefal CO2 bicycle tire inflators with a small pressurized carbon dioxide cartridge. The pressurized cartridge containing carbon dioxide (CO2) can forcefully separate from the pump head, posing a risk of injury to the consumer.

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