Rep. Scott Peters (D-CA) introduced the Super Pollutant Emissions Reduction Act of 2013 which addresses HFCs as well as other short-lived climate pollutants such as black carbon and methane.
A new study in Nature makes the case that climate change — including the warming of the oceans — is already having a direct impact on global fisheries
U.S. shipments of residential gas storage water heaters for March 2013 increased 6.3 percent, to 388,215 units, up from 365,324 units shipped in March 2012. Residential electric storage water heater shipments increased 9.5 percent in March 2013, to 370,672 units, up from 338,363 units shipped in March 2012.
Polar Technology officials announced the hiring of Phil Gin, recently of Baker Distributing, fulfilling the dual role of Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer.
Expecting day-to-day savings on energy and utility usage is not a one-time event based on an audit and follow-up fixes. It’s a practice that needs to be followed every day and must include senior management, operations, engineering, maintenance and all employees.
On May 9, Rep. Scott Peters, a Democrat representing California’s 52nd Congressional District, introduced a new bill, the Super Pollutant Emissions Reduction Act (SUPER Act), aimed at countering some of the major drivers of global climate change.
Following meetings earlier in the year the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) has recommended that Russia bans the use of disposable refrigerant cylinders in line with the EU, USA, Canada and other developed countries.
Damaging greenhouse gases known as hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) could be steadily phased out from 2014 if EU plans are agreed at the UN climate talks in Warsaw in November.
Keilly Witman has been masterful in keeping the Greenchill Partnership robust and fully engaged. Thank you Keilly, for all of your tireless, and often thankless, work. You will be missed.
Most of the world’s largest companies do not report their greenhouse gas emissions fully or correctly and do not have the data independently verified, a study by an environmental research body showed on Wednesday.