LONDON: US chemical giant Chemours is today (6 December) accused by the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) of peddling spurious claims and disinformation to prevent the adoption of ambitious EU climate legislation that will further restrict the use of fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases), a prominent segment of the company’s portfolio.
Proposed new rules unveiled yesterday (5 April) by the European Commission to restrict climate-damaging fluorinated gases (F-gases) fall short of what is needed and could result in another lost decade in the increasingly urgent fight against climate change
Some of the world’s biggest manufacturers of cooling equipment - like air conditioners and refrigeration units - are yet to join a UN-backed global campaign asking companies to commit to halving their emissions by 2030 to help combat climate change, according to documents obtained by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA).
LONDON: Keeping cool in a warming world just became a little easier, thanks to the Cool Technologies sustainable cooling database. As temperatures rise, refrigeration and air-conditioning systems are vital to help keep people cool and products chilled or frozen. Yet it is ironic that refrigerant gases and the energy used in current cooling equipment are […]