DECARBONIZATION

Low Carbon Future with Boron

Low Carbon Future with Boron

We live in a world where the environment is constantly going through changes. This is because we are running out of fossil fuels, and all it takes for our society to collapse is one more natural disaster. Therefore, the invention of new materials that facilitate the mission statement of a low carbon future is essential in today’s day and age to decrease our dependence on fossil fuels.

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Boron and the Carbon Footprint

Boron and the Carbon Footprint

Boron and Climate Change A major problem in the world today is climate change and it has been a long-debated topic. Some people are convinced that it is not happening, while others think the world...

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Boron – Industrial Minerals

Boron – Industrial Minerals

Boron minerals are an important mineral in the Earth's crust; they come from a variety of geological structures, such as pegmatite and metamorphic rocks. The most common boron minerals that form on...

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Boron drives the Low Carbon Economy

Boron drives the Low Carbon Economy

The push for increased decarbonization is being felt worldwide as investors pressure companies to take this issue seriously. The fossil fuel industry is feeling the heat, too, with some of its well-known members stepping up their efforts to reduce emissions and make a difference. Governments are also taking notice of these changes, and there has been an increase in legislation designed to incentivize investments in clean energy technology. How can Boron help?

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Boron in Energy Conservation

Boron in Energy Conservation

In response to energy conservation demands, energy conservation is a system has for some time been implemented in homes, as well as industrial and commercial sectors. When we talk about energy conservation, boron is the most efficient and naturally occurring chemical.  Energy consumption adversely affects the economy on all levels; high energy costs are an impediment to economic development for any country. A determined effort needs are taken by both private individuals & large businesses alike to reduce their input of “energy” into our global ecosystem – which includes many aspects including economic output (gross domestic product). 

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