Plastics are increasingly used in the automotive sector due to their mechanical properties and light weight. However, the automotive plastic supply chain is characterised by pollution, resource depletion,...
Takuma, Jonathan, Andre, and Zhi highlight the vast scale of growth in concrete demand and emissions over the last 30 years.
Critical materials are gaining attention in the conversation around sustainable energy transitions, but what are they, and why do they matter?
CCG's Starter Data Kits are open-source, zero-level country datasets designed to accelerate the energy planning process.
New study of UK plastics flows shows 1/3 of related GHG emissions could be reduced by increasing recycling capacity and reducing demand.
Criteria for Assessing Sustainability of Lignocellulosic Wastes: Applied to the Cellulose Nanofibril Packaging Production in the UK
New paper outlines 13 criteria for assessing the sustainability of lignocellulosic wastes, a new source of bioplastic packaging.
We introduce a new seven-step method for creating a water budget that combines both quality and quantity in a mass balance of water.
Researchers present seven planet-compatible pathways the chemical industry could follow to reach net zero by 2050.
Nuclear electrical generation can only play a role in the future of global energy if it can ensure its use of fuels, primarily uranium, is sustainable. This sustainability...
A new report on Low carbon concrete technologies by Aurelia Hibbert, Jonathan Cullen, and Michal Drewniok has been released.