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BFH and Schilliger Holz AG's pilot plant for producing extracts from indigenous forest biomass revolutionises the forestry and wood industry.
Dr Corina Hebestreit, Managing Director of The European Carbon and Graphite Association (ECGA), discusses the role of graphite in the green energy transition.
Europe’s waste water service providers can help meet the Green Deal’s ambitions, meet environmental challenges and make our water services fit for the future.
David Weight, past President of the Cobalt Institute (CI), speaks to Innovation News Network's about cobalt’s role in the green energy transition.
Philippe Jacques, Secretary General of BEPA, discusses the challenges facing the European batteries industry, from manufacturing to recycling.
The ASC discusses how it develops and manages industry standards to ensure responsible seafood with minimal social and environmental impacts.
EGO’s and VIRGO’s role in pushing the frontiers of science, how that is achieved, and the importance of collaboration and co-operation in the field of the experimental and theoretical gravitational waves.
Modernising Europe’s legislation for battery technologies is a key step in building a circular supply chain but questions remain about how sustainable practices can...
With over 125 years’ experience in supporting the nation’s fisheries, NOAA Fisheries shares some of the work it is doing to ensure aquaculture has a positive impact on environmental, social, economic development.
ABTC's Chief Technology Officer, Ryan Melsert, discusses the company’s lithium-ion battery recycling process and green energy verticals.
United Lithium is a lithium exploration company aiming to support the European Battery Gigafactories built for electric vehicles.
As lithium-ion battery and electric vehicle markets grow, so too does the demand for LIB nickel. Queensland Pacific Metals hold the solution.
Vivian Loonela, Coordinating Spokesperson for the European Green Deal, discusses modernising the EU’s legislation for sustainable batteries.
Matthew Finn, Commercial Director of the EMEC, discusses the role that marine energy can play in a decarbonised future and how EMEC can help.
Dr Alistair Davidson, Director of the CBI, discusses the potential role of lead batteries in Europe’s automotive and energy storage sectors.
As our reliance on the fish farming industry grows, the Aquatic Life Institute discusses protecting the welfare of aquatic animals.
Dr Adam Hughes from SAMS discusses how aquaculture is evolving and the industry’s potential to contribute positively to the environment.
The team at the Center for Electromicrobiology explain how they are directing their research to unravel the functions of cable bacteria.
Caterina Brandmayr, Green Alliance’s Head of Climate Policy, discusses what is needed from the policy sphere to foster a zero emission transport sector.
Dr Matt Frost discusses the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development and scientific evidence improving marine science policy.