Natural Environment

Can high-energy data centres ever be carbon neutral?
Can high-energy data centres ever be carbon neutral?

MODUS : Renewables

Renewables

Can high-energy data centres ever be carbon neutral?

Global data centres are being given ambitious environmental targets but it will take more than ‘blue sky thinking’ to turn the cloud green

Helen Parton 31 August 2021

The 75 per cent problem: aluminium’s carbon footprint
The 75 per cent problem: aluminium’s carbon footprint

MODUS : Climate change

Climate change

The 75 per cent problem: aluminium’s carbon footprint

Aluminium production generates around 1.1bn tonnes of CO₂ each year. How can we dramatically reduce this and contribute to the global aim of reducing carbon emissions by 75% before 2050?

Stephen Cousins 17 August 2021

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