After announcing its plans to implement its own carbon emissions trading scheme with collaboration with the EU, China is on its way to building the world’s second largest emissions market after that of the EU, reports Bloomberg News.
Recently, Human Rights Watch, the international NGO headquartered in New York City, reported that work conditions at Zambia’s Chinese-owned mines have improved but are still a source of concern and conflict.
Global annual cement production is expected to increase by almost 50% by 2050. The largest share of this growth will mainly take place in newly industrialized countries around Asia, such as China and India.
A project-based course that focuses on the challenges of developing clean energy technologies that can meet society’s need to both reduce the emission of the greenhouse gases responsible for climate change and minimize the impact of harmful chemicals
Experts from across sectors discussed the challenges around ensuring the financial sustainability of renewable energy.
The 2012 BERC Symposium and Innovation Expo have drawn to a close, and with them, two of the highlights of the year for BERC.
As the oldest and broadest engineering discipline, mechanical engineering includes fundamental science and design training that enable its practitioners to address energy-related problems.
Among many impressive entrants from a variety of fields, a Haitian cookstove project took the grand prize.