Dübendorf, St, writes the Swiss Federal Council.
Gallen und Thun, 25.02.2020 - CO2 concentrations in the air continue to rise rapidly, and a rapid reduction in man-made emissions is becoming increasingly important. In order to assess the effectiveness of political measures, timely and reliable emission levels are needed.
However, current methods are costly. The European Space Agency ESA is therefore working on the development of new satellites which will be able to determine CO2 emissions in the future - with the help of Empa.
Dr. Gerrit KuhlmannAir Pollution / Environmental TechnologyPhone +41 58 765 47 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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