Why is there a CO2 shortage and how is this affecting the European and US market?

Written by Katie Biddle on Oct 26, 2022 9:00:00 AM


We associate carbon dioxide with global warming and climate change – factors that threaten our very existence on Earth. It’s easy to assume that a carbon dioxide shortage would be a good thing, but in recent years the depletion of this gas has caused an onslaught of issues for the industries that rely on it for key elements of their supply chain. There simply isn't enough of it to satisfy the myriad of uses of this atmospheric gas. With global shortages on this rise, BCC Research has released a report looking at the facts of the CO2 shortage and how it stands to affect the global markets. If steps are taken to repair the kink in the supply chain, knock-on effects can be minimized.

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Topics: Environment

The Rise of Eco-Friendly, Flexible Green Packaging

Written by Katie Biddle on Aug 4, 2022 10:00:00 AM


As the conversation around sustainable products continues to be a growing trend, the demand for flexible green packaging is set to increase from $223.3 billion in 2021 to $317.6 billion in 2027 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.2%.

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Topics: Engineering, Environment

Carbon Capture | What it is & why we care

Written by Vicki Hayward on Mar 29, 2022 10:00:00 AM


In our recent report on carbon capture, our analysts explore the current market trends of the Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) technologies market.

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Topics: Environment, Energy and Resources

Charging the World in a More Sustainable Manner

Written by Dr. Helia Jalili on Mar 15, 2022 10:53:02 AM


We all need reliable, cheap, scalable, and environmentally friendly sources of electricity. Unfortunately, there is a fundamental problem with renewable energy: load balancing.

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Topics: Environment

How Will Humans Halt Ecological Damage and Reverse Climate Change? By Making Doing So Profitable.

Written by Tim McLean on Mar 2, 2022 10:00:00 AM


Government policy and regulations have been our largest levers in the struggle towards reversing climate change and avoiding ecological damage. The second line of battle is sheer scientific innovation born from basic research. Third in battle - and still impressive - is private innovation from companies looking at the long game.

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Topics: Environment

Building a Sustainable Planet

Written by Dr. Helia Jalili on Feb 24, 2022 11:30:00 AM

Renewable energy

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Topics: Environment

Recycling And Sustainability: Market Research To Support Your Projects

Written by Sarah Greenberg on Jul 21, 2021 10:00:00 AM


Do you work or study in the fields of recycling and/or sustainable materials? Are you trying to commercialize a recycling- or sustainability-related innovation? Do you work with students who need foundational or background knowledge on materials recycling and sustainable materials? Maybe you’re looking for market data on these industries—market sizing, global market shares, revenue projections—to guide your decision-making and make you aware of new opportunities and developments? Or maybe you’re just fascinated by emerging technologies in sustainability and want to be the first to know about them? 

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Topics: Environment

4 Markets In Sustainability You Should Know

Written by Sarah Greenberg on Sep 9, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Environment & Sustainability

As BCC Research has been covering the Environment and Sustainability industry for 50 years, we like to keep an eye out for new advancements. Here’s some industry news we thought you should know.

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Topics: Environment

What Will Cities Look Like In The Future?

Written by Sarah Greenberg on Aug 5, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Future Cities

Move over sprawl, the earth needs a more sustainable and efficient approach to city planning.

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Topics: Environment, Information Technology

An Ocean Cleanup Project You Need To Know Part 1

Written by Sarah Greenberg on Jul 24, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Ocean Plastics

In our last blog, we introduced you to several companies leading the ocean recyclable plastics market. A particularly successful organization is The Ocean Cleanup Project, headed by a team of Dutch scientists.

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Topics: Environment, Plastics

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