Category: Environment

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Fundamental Additions and Changes in global food systems

According to Several European Governments eyesonproject Amsterdam, 11 june 2024– Global food systems must undergo tremendous and deep social, ecological and economic changes if the human rights charters want to be respected worldwide.  Our global eyeson…project wants to encourage, throughout the world, the production of local agro ecological food, without climate impacts, equitable and participatory.  We…
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Syntropic Farming: A Bridge to Ecological Farming in Malaysia

eyesonmalaysia Introduction Syntropic farming, developed by Swiss farmer Ernst Götsch in Brazil, is a groundbreaking agroforestry system that aligns with the power of natural succession. It aims to grow a diverse range of vegetation while simultaneously restoring ecosystems. As Malaysia seeks sustainable and regenerative agricultural practices, adopting principles from syntropic farming could significantly benefit the…
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The Tide of Change: Nanoflow’s QUANT and the Seawater Revolution

The Tide of Change: Nanoflow’s QUANT and the Seawater Revolution

eyesonmalaysia In a world thirsting for sustainable mobility, the German company Nanoflowcell has cast a stone into the waters of innovation, creating ripples that promise to transform the landscape of transportation. Their pioneering 48V electric car, the QUANT, isn’t just another electric vehicle (EV); it’s a harbinger of a future where the oceans themselves fuel…
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The Carbon Footprint of Electric Vehicles

The Carbon Footprint of Electric Vehicles

Balancing Progress and Responsibility eyesonmalaysia As we accelerate toward a cleaner, more sustainable future, electric vehicles (EVs) play a pivotal role in reducing carbon emissions. However, understanding their environmental impact requires a nuanced perspective. Let’s delve into the various facets of an EV’s carbon footprint and explore potential solutions. 1. Production: The Birth Pangs of…
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Asia’s Largest Advanced Chemical Recycling Plant in Malaysia

Asia’s Largest Advanced Chemical Recycling Plant in Malaysia

eyesonmalaysia 1. Introduction PETRONAS Chemicals Group Berhad (PCG) has embarked on an ambitious mission to build Asia’s largest advanced chemical recycling plant. Located in Pengerang, Johor, this groundbreaking facility is set to revolutionize plastic waste management and contribute to a more sustainable future. 2. The Technology Behind It The plant will utilize Plastic Energy’s patented…
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Malaysia’s Electric Car Revolution

Malaysia’s Electric Car Revolution:

Driving Toward a Greener Future eyesonmalaysia Introduction As the world shifts toward sustainable energy solutions, Malaysia is poised to play a significant role in the electric vehicle (EV) revolution. With a growing economy and a commitment to environmental stewardship, the country is embracing green technologies. In this article, we explore the most popular electric cars…
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European agreement transports and storage carbon across borders

eyesonsuriname A European infrastructure for carbon capture and storage is underway. Today, arrangements between Denmark, Norway, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Sweden allow cross-border transport and geological storage of captured CO2. Carbon capture and storage is a tool that can capture some of the emissions that are very difficult to prevent – and capturing those emissions…
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Brazil reduces CO2 emissions with more than 40 %

Brazil reduces CO2 emissions with more than 40%

Coming Global Leader eyesonbrasil Amsterdam, May 2nd 20244– Brazil’s state-run Petrobras oil company announced this week a 41% reduction in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions between 2015 and 2023 according to the oficial news media and the Agencia Brasil.  ‘ The result was exceptional ‘, said Petrobras’ Energy Transition and Sustainability Director Maurício Tolmasquim. It was also an…
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An effective, legally binding international agreement could reduce plastic pollution by 90 % by 2040 and will play a crucial role in the transition to a circular plastic economy.

Combatting and fighting Plastic Pollution

Norway leads eyesonproject Amsterdam, 29 april 2024 — ‘Plastic pollution is one of the fastest growing environmental problems in the world. We are now extending our initiative to combat plastic pollution in developing countries by providing up to NOK 1 billion over a period of four years’, said Minister of International Development Anne Beathe Tvinnereim. Plastic…
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The importance of Plastic Recycling Revolution with: The Compleximer

A new, sturdy and biodegradable plastic causes a revolution? eyesonindonesia Amsterdam, 26 April 2024 – Plastic recycling is very important to keep the growing mountain of plastic waste in the world under control. Plastics such as foil and packaging make this possible, but not yet with strong plastics such as car tires, shoe soles or…
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