Norwegian chemical company Yara International has created the world’s first zero-emission autonomous cargo ship, the Yara Birkeland. The shipping industry accounts for between 2.5 and 3 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, according to the International Maritime … [Read more...] about First zero-emission crewless cargo ship to set sail in Norway
After a year of alienation from each other, we are beginning to realize the downfalls of the once sought-after single-nuclear-family housing. Not only is it financially impractical and ecologically damaging, but it’s isolating and discourages the building of strong local … [Read more...] about Norwegian cohousing encourages social connection and sustainable living
Earlier this year, we shared a story about Rolls-Royce's mission to develop 100 percent sustainable aviation fuel as part of its efforts to help transition the aviation industry towards a post-carbon future. Now, the second-largest manufacturer of aircraft engines wants to go a … [Read more...] about First all-electric Norwegian commuter aircraft to hit the skies by 2026
Ammonia is a colorless, noxious gas that is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen. It is used for a number of different things from producing dyes to treating wastewater, but it’s most common industrial use in the production of fertilizer. Although useful, the production of … [Read more...] about Can hydropower help clean up commercial ammonia production?
Only when people start purchasing more electric vehicles than gas-powered ones can we truly say that the EV revolution is underway. Although the US still has a long way to go until that point is reached, there is one country where more than half of all cars sold are electric: … [Read more...] about EVs greatly outsold gas-powered cars in Norway last year