Climate Change Experts

So, what exactly is climate change and what do climate change experts do?  Climate change is defined as a change in global or regional climate patterns.  It is most pronounced from the mid to late twentieth century and forward and is largely attributed to increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere produced by the…

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Waste Accumulation Problems and Opportunities

Waste Accumulation Problems and Opportunities? An incredible amount of waste is produced in Canada and around the world. We are killing our planet by dumping 2.12 billion tons of garbage every year and polluting the oceans, land, and air [1]. Consequently, we need sustainable and effective waste management to protect our environment and save our…

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Gas to Liquids Technology

Gas-to-liquid (GTL) technology is the process of converting natural gas to synthetic hydrocarbon liquids, or syngas, as an intermediate step toward production of valuable liquid fuels such as diesel or methanol. The processes make use of what might be wasted, and liquid gas is more easily, safely and less expensively transported than methane or natural…

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Climate Change Realities

Climate change realities are upon us.  The scientific evidence is clear.  NASA tells us that the current warming trend is of particular significance because it is unequivocally the result of human activity since the mid-20th century and is proceeding at an unprecedented rate.  Human activities have warmed the atmosphere, ocean, and land and widespread and…

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Feedstock Experts

What do “feedstock experts” do? In the “renewable” world, the term “feedstock” is used to mean any renewable, biological material that can be used directly as a fuel, or converted to another form of fuel or energy product raw material used to supply or fuel a machine or industrial process. These would include lots of different…

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Greenhouse Gas Experts

Greenhouse gas experts see the potentially disastrous results of global warming, and assist with evaluation and the many things underway to curb global warming.  By definition, a “greenhouse gas” is any gas that contributes to the “greenhouse effect”, a natural process that warms the Earth’s surface by allowing the absorbed energy to warm the atmosphere…

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Crude Oil or Biofuels?

Crude oil or biofuels? Crude oil is a naturally occurring flammable liquid consisting of hydrocarbons and other organic compounds. It is recovered through oil drilling and fracking, and then refined and separated at large refineries, where it is made into things like gasoline, kerosene, and asphalt. The use of crude oil affects the environment and…

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