Keys for an emission-neutral future
Last mile deliveries in urban areas will increase by more than 30% by 2030 in the world’s top 100 cities.Sustainability and caring for the environment should remain priorities despite increased travel.
A direct successor to the stowage of fuel in ships and steam locomotives of the First Industrial Revolution, this Anglo-Saxon term represents a great opportunity to meet the European Union's environmental objectives thanks to LNG for maritime transport.
The coronavirus pandemic has captured international attention in recent months. Governments are diverting substantial resources to economic and social reconstruction, but other problems such as the climate emergency remain urgent for the plane.
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is natural gas that has been processed to be transported in liquid form, but how does gaseous natural gas become liquid, i.e. LNG?
Did you know that transport is one of the sectors most likely to affect climate change? In Europe, 20% of CO2 emissions come from transport, and the volume of freight transport, in particular, is expected to increase by 30% between now and 2030.
Is it a coincidence that in the last two decades we’ve had 18 of the hottest years since records began?