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  • Comments & Opinion |

    Catalysis is essential in the automotive and transportation sectors to target the United Nations sustainable development goals for climate change and the environment. To comply with both the ambitious United Nations goals and step-by-step stringent emission regulations, innovative and economically viable catalytic systems will be a key element in meeting these challenges.

    • Aiyong Wang
    •  & Louise Olsson
    Nature Catalysis 2, 566-570
  • News & Views |

    Ammonia holds promise as a clean energy carrier, but its synthesis requires high pressures and large production scales that are ill-matched to renewable, decentralized energy production. Now, researchers use metal imides to mediate ammonia production in a chemical looping process that operates under mild conditions.

    • Götz Veser
    Nature Energy 3, 1025-1026
  • News & Views |

    Development of an earth-abundant and inexpensive copper-based catalyst is desirable for CO2 hydrogenation. Now, the combined application of a stable copper hydride and a Lewis pair is shown to effect activation of CO2 as well as heterolysis of H2, achieving significant turnover numbers.

    • Yoshihito Kayaki
    •  & Ryo Watari
    Nature Catalysis 1, 739-740