This week our top story examines the possible implications of increasing desertification in Europe ; then we look at further moves by Shell into electricity supply, a rapid expansion in green hydrogen electrolyser production and our BST-Impact partners examine the extra-territoriality concept implications of two recent US court cases
Month: August 2021
This week our top story examines the potential for interconnectors in the US; then we look at decarbonisation routes for heavy goods vehicles, land based salmon farming and our BST-Impact partners examine the implications of the various UK Court of Appeal cases regarding environmental damage. We also note the UK’s publication of its hydrogen strategy (& remain sceptical on the potential of blue hydrogen to reduce GHG emissions).
This week we look at how blue hydrogen might be worse for the environment than some assumed; how thinking differently about cooling could take us closer to net zero; methane and cows, especially beef; and we look at how many governments, especially at the local level, are unprepared for the impacts of climate change.