UC Berkeley chemists have made a major leap forward in carbon-capture technology with a material that can efficiently remove carbon from the ambient air of a submarine as readily as from the polluted emissions of a coal-fired power plant. The… Read more ›
Preface The signs of a warming planet are all around us: rising seas, melting ice sheets, record setting temperatures, with impacts cascading to ecosystems, humans, and our economy. At the root ofthe problem, anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere… Read more ›
The world’s first commercial coal-fired power plant that can capture its carbon dioxide emissions officially launched today in Canada — marking a milestone for ‘clean coal’ technology. The Boundary Dam project, in Saskatchewan, aims to capture and sell around 1… Read more ›
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Data suggest natural “carbon sinks” may be nearing exhaustion, say some scientists, although others disagree. By Brian Clark Howard National Geographic PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 9, 2014 The amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere reached a new record high in 2013,… Read more ›
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This lecture was held on January 7, 2013 at the Rhode Island United States Naval War College. Jeremy Jackson, a Sr. Scientist Ermeritus from the Smithsonian Institute and a professor of Oceanography Emeritus at the Scripps Institute. What Prof. Jackson… Read more ›
Texas Humans are pros at putting carbon dioxide into the air. Plants, bacteria, and even fungi are great at taking it out. But as we keep producing more and more and more carbon dioxide, it can be hard for them… Read more ›
A $19.5 million carbon capture pilot unit will soon be located at Kentucky Utilities Company’s E.W. Brown Generating Station, near Harrodsburg. The project, which will be Kentucky’s first megawatt-scale carbon capture pilot unit at an operating power plant, is a… Read more ›
If there is any hope of staving off the worst effects of climate change, many scientists say, this must be part of it — capturing the carbon that spews from power plants and locking it away, permanently. For now, they… Read more ›
QUEBEC CITY AND COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — CO2 Solutions Inc., an innovator in the field of enzyme-enabled carbon capture technology, today announced that it has entered into a Collaboration Agreement with Colorado-based Neumann Systems Group, Inc. (“NSG” or “Neumann Systems”),… Read more ›
The group called Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage have created this map to show CCS projects in their various stages of development and operation: Click here
CAMBRIDGE, MA—Stating that they just want to make sure it’s something everyone keeps in mind going forward, an international consortium of scientists gently reminded the world Wednesday that clean energy technologies are pretty much ready to go anytime. “We’ve got… Read more ›