Category: Carbon, Coal, and Ethanol

Australia’s Zero Carbon Moreland

Australia’s Zero Carbon Moreland

  Globally, the aluminium industry is moving towards countries with low-carbon sources of power, to hedge themselves against future carbon pricing policies. 16% of Australia’s emissions are from land use change, forestry and agriculture including rice. Australia’s abundant solar and wind could be a huge economic advantage in a carbon-constrained world by providing cheap renewable electricity for metals and minerals […]

Coal Reliance & Data Centers

Coal Reliance & Data Centers

  As the internet market is growing, so is the demand for data centers. Greeenpeace researched data transparency to evaluate data consumption of companies relative to the efficiency of their data center locations, and how they’re working to improve their current situation. Currently data centers in the US are responsible for 3 percent of national power supply. North Carolina acts as […]