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Circular Economy on Energy and Natural Resources Industries New Processes and Applications to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Materials and Decrease Greenhouse Gases Emissions

Circular Economy on Energy and Natural Resources Industries [electronic resource] : New Processes and Applications to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Materials and Decrease Greenhouse Gases Emissions / edited by Pedro Mora, F. Gabriel Acien Fernandez.
1st ed. 2024.
Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2024.
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1 online resource (X, 210 p.) 60 illus. in color.
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This book masterfully bridges the gap between science and industry, offering readers invaluable insights into the technological advancements shaping our world. Amidst a profound industrial transformation aimed at minimizing environmental impact, this work highlights the pivotal role of reducing energy consumption and material waste. It aligns closely with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, encapsulating the global ambition for the coming years. The narrative delves into myriad examples of industrial evolution, showcasing how various sectors, especially energy (including electricity and oil & gas) and natural resource exploitation, are revolutionizing their processes to lessen their environmental footprint. Furthermore, each chapter of the book equips readers with the knowledge to spearhead innovative solutions tailored to these evolving processes, making it an essential resource for anyone committed to driving sustainable industrial advancements. .
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Sustainable Development Goals Series,
Sustainable Development Goals Series,
Chapter 1. Circular Economy and GHG Emissions, current situation (J. García-Navarro)
Chapter 2. Energy storage developing circular economy in existing facilities for renewable energy use (J. Pous de la Flor)
Chapter 3. From farm to fuel: microalgae technology to produce novel and sustainable fuel (A. García Álvaro)
Chapter 4. Cement Sector and promising technologies to reduce CO2 footprint through Circular Economy: novel raw materials and products (P. Mora)
Chapter 5. Microalgae used to fix CO2 as valuable biomass (M. J. Rodríguez)
Chapter 6. Analysis of current possibilities of CO2 storage in coal bed methane deposits in the Czech part of the Upper Silesian Coal Basin (USCB) based on archival data (M. Klempa)
Chapter 7. The Circular Economy in the Oil and Gas Industry: A Solution for the Sustainability of Drilling and Production Processes (N. Gaurina-Međimurec).
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