coffee

Your Next Pair of Sneakers Could Be Made from Coffee

Coffee is a big deal. While just a handful of countries dominate production, it’s consumed in vast amounts almost everywhere on the planet: around 2 billion cups are drunk every day. All that coffee produces a lot of waste. Coffee grounds often end up in landfill or being washed into …

UK Accused of Ignoring Obligations on Aviation Emissions

The UK and other EU governments are in breach of international obligations by failing to be open about their policies to tackle emissions from aviation, a coalition of NGOs has said. The group is lodging a formal complaint over the secrecy surrounding regulation of emissions from international flights, which they …

Sweden ‘Leading the Way Towards a Low Carbon Future’

Sweden has the lowest share of fossil fuels in its primary energy supply among all member countries that are part of the International Energy Agency (IEA). It is also the second lowest carbon intensive economy and is a “global leader” in building a low carbon future, according to IEA’s latest …

Beef-Eating ‘Must Fall Drastically’ as World Population Grows

People in rich nations will have to make big cuts to the amount of beef and lamb they eat if the world is to be able to feed 10 billion people, according to a new report. These cuts and a series of other measures are also needed to prevent catastrophic …

Toyota Wheels out New Hydrogen Fuel Cell Freight Truck

The new zero emission vehicles are able to cover a 300-mile range on a full tank of the gas. Toyota has unveiled a new hydrogen fuel cell electric freight truck able to cover a 300-mile range on a full tank. The new vehicle, codenamed Beta, expands the capabilities of Toyota’s …

5th RENEXPO® WATER & ENERGY Trade Fair

The biggest international Western Balkans trade fair with conferences, RENEXPO® WATER & ENERGY, brings together 2.500 energy and water experts in Belgrade. From the 24th to the 26th of April this year, in BelExpocentre, Belgrade will be held 5th RENEXPO® Water & Energy, International  fair trade, which will bring together …