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What's Really Warming the World?

06 / 2016

Skeptics of manmade climate change offer various natural causes to explain why the Earth has warmed 1,4 degrees Fahrenheit since 1880. But can these account for the planet's rising temperature?

Our partnerships receive a "special mention" at the Sustainable Partnership Awards

Our partnerships receive a "special mention" at the Sustainable Partnership Awards

06 / 2016

Beyers coffee, Fairtrade Belgium & CO2logic received a special mention at the 2016 Sustainable Partnership Awards 

CO2-Neutral label for Paradise City, We Can Dance & Pukkelpop

06 / 2016

Music festivals have an impact on climate through their CO2-emitting activities. Unlike companies festivals have highly concentrated  emissions over a short period of time. Festivals mobilise ten thousands of music lovers over one, two or three days. The highest impact comes from transport, followed by food & beverages, energy and waste. 

The MaestroMobile Challenge is one of the highlights of Mobility Week.

06 / 2016

Have you heard of MaestroMobile? It's all the rage! It's a new game being played by companies during Mobility Week 2016.

Mega Eco Gas

06 / 2016

Mega is now the only local Belgian energy provider offering CO2-Neutral gas. Mega proposes to its clients a CO2-Neutral gas formula, called Eco-Gas. 

Doubling renewables can save trillions

Doubling renewables can save trillions

05 / 2016

In the race to fuel our ever-developing world, renewable energy is making some impressive gains against fossil fuels.

 Sea-Level Rise Could Nearly Double Over Earlier Estimates in Next 100 Years

Sea-Level Rise Could Nearly Double Over Earlier Estimates in Next 100 Years

05 / 2016

A new study from climate scientists Robert DeConto at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and David Pollard at Pennsylvania State University suggests that the most recent estimates by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change for future sea-level rise over the next 100 years could be too low by almost a factor of two. Details appear in the current issue of Nature.

 Low-Carbon Policies Could Save US Lives

Low-Carbon Policies Could Save US Lives

05 / 2016

Study suggests policies could prevent up to 175,000 deaths by 2030.

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