Electrosmog: Human-Induced Invisible Danger?

Electrosmog is artificial, human-induced, electrical, magnetic, and electromagnetic fields. These are suspected of harming humans, animals, and plants and it can be seen as a form of pollution. Cellular Transmitters, WiFi, and cell phones, for example, emit electromagnetic radiation to…

Ecodesign and its Decisive Environmental Impact

Ecodesign or environmentally friendly design is the consideration of environmental aspects in product design. The aim is to improve the environmental compatibility of a product throughout its entire life cycle. Decisions made in the design phase have a significant impact…

Ground-level Ozone and Photochemical Smog

There is only one ozone, but it can have two different effects on humans and the environment. The ozone in the ozone layer protects life on earth from UV radiation from the sun. Ground-level ozone, on the other hand, damages…

Methane is becoming a Global Threat

According to projections, almost 600 million tons of methane (CH4) entered the earth’s atmosphere in 2017, more than half of it through human activities. The greenhouse effect of the gas is enormous. Throughout 100 years methane has a greenhouse effect…

The Importance of Green Ammonia Production

Ammonia is often overlooked when it comes to climate protection, although it does contribute significantly to global warming. Its production is responsible for around three percent of global CO2 emissions. It is mainly used as a raw material for fertilizers…