Archives of Clean Energy

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Climate change represents one of the greatest global challenges of the 21st century, directly affecting ecosystems and human life. The energy transition emerges as a crucial response, aiming to replace energy sources that exacerbate the problem with sustainable alternatives. This article deeply explores the interactions between these two phenomena, highlighting the importance of coordinated and […]
O Impacto Transformador das Práticas ESG nas Empresas
ESG, standing for Environmental, Social, and Governance, is an increasingly relevant approach in corporate and investment decisions. These criteria are essential for assessing a company’s commitment to sustainable and responsible practices, indicating a global movement towards more conscious and ethical operations. The Environmental pillar of ESG focuses on business practices related to environmental sustainability, which […]
Rumo ao Futuro Sustentável: Descarbonização, Transição Energética e a Ascensão da Energia Limpa
In a world increasingly aware of the impacts of climate change, decarbonization, energy transition, and the adoption of clean energy are key concepts. Decarbonization refers to reducing or eliminating carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in production and energy processes, a necessary step to combat global warming. The energy transition involves shifting from fossil fuel-based energy sources to renewable alternatives, such as solar and wind, which have a much smaller environmental impact. Clean energy, which encompasses these renewable sources, is vital for a sustainable future and is central to global climate policy discussions.
Brazil has stood out on the global stage as one of the leaders in the energy transition to more sustainable sources, particularly in the development and use of biofuels and the electrification of transport. The new industrial policy launched by the federal government highlights biofuels and electric vehicles as priorities, aiming for a cleaner and more sustainable transport energy matrix.
Transformando o Brasil em Líder de Sustentabilidade Global
Brazil's wealth of natural resources, including its vast biodiversity and large tracts of agricultural land, provides a solid foundation for bioenergy production. The use of agricultural byproducts, such as sugar cane, soybeans, and forest residues, for the production of biofuels, such as ethanol and biodiesel, exemplifies the integration between agriculture and energy, promoting a circular and sustainable economy.
Brasil: meio século à frente na transição para energia limpa e renovável
Brazil, a country recognized for its diversity and natural wealth, has positioned itself prominently in the global clean and renewable energy scenario. Since the mid-20th century, the country has followed a pioneering path in the energy transition, anticipating global trends and establishing a model for other nations. This article explores Brazil's journey towards a more sustainable energy future, highlighting its importance not only for the local environment, but also as a global example of innovation and commitment to sustainability.
Resíduos e Renovação: Transformando desafios ambientais em soluções energéticas sustentáveis
In a global scenario where consumption and pollution grow exponentially, waste emerges as a symbolic challenge, highlighting methane (CH4) as one of the main villains of the greenhouse effect. In this context, Eva Energia stands out for transforming this environmental problem into a renewable and sustainable energy source.
O futuro sustentável da logística: inovação e desafios na era ESG
As the world becomes more aware of the environmental and social impacts of its actions, the Brazilian logistics sector is at the forefront of adopting ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) practices. This article addresses the innovations and challenges faced by the sector, with a special look at the contribution of sustainable initiatives such as the use of biomethane.
O Sucesso do RenovaBio: Uma Perspectiva Otimista
RenovaBio, an ambitious Brazilian government program aimed at promoting biofuels, celebrates four years of existence facing divided opinions. On the one hand, fuel distributors request adjustments, arguing insufficiencies in the program. On the other hand, the Brazilian Biogas Association (ABiogás) praises the success of RenovaBio, highlighting its positive impacts on the environmental sector and the economy.