Carbon credits from forests serve as new source of ‘green’ income

Carbon credits, representing the reduction of one tonne of carbon dioxide (CO2), have emerged as a crucial weapon in the ongoing battle against climate change.These credits can be traded on the market, offering a means to offset emissions from various sources.According to an article in ...

The Nation Reporter

Thailand sees slight uptick in CO2 emissions following end of pandemic restrictions

Thailand emitted 247.7 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) last year, up 1.5% year on year as the country’s economy recovered from the pandemic, the Energy Policy and Planning Office said on Sunday.The slight increase in carbon dioxide emissions was caused by increased demand for ...

The Nation Reporter

Thai PTTEP to debut nation's first carbon capture project by 2026

A unit of Thai state oil and gas group PTT aims to put the country’s first carbon capture and storage project into operation by 2026, a key step toward Thailand’s goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050.PTT Exploration and Production intends to sequester carbon dioxide ...

Half the World’s Coral Reefs Already Have Been Killed by Climate Change

The oceans have long been the biggest buffer for humankind’s dangerous greenhouse-gas emissions. Around a quarter of all the carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere since the 1980s—from driving cars, running factories and churning out electricity with fossil fuels—has ended up sunk into the waters. ...

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