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Carbon capture and storage (CCS): How Bill Gates aims to clean up the planet

It’s a simple idea: strip CO2 from the air and use it to produce carbon-neutral fuel. But can it work on an industrial scale?

It’s nothing much to look at, but the tangle of pipes, pumps, tanks, reactors, chimneys and ducts on a messy industrial estate outside the logging town of Squamish in western Canada could just provide the fix to stop the world tipping into runaway climate change and substitute dwindling supplies of conventional fuel. 81 more words

Sweden aims at carbon-neutral concrete

Sweden’s concrete industry is developing a road map for climate neutralisation in conjunction with Fossil Free Sweden (FFS), a government body set up prior to COP21 in Paris. 343 more words


Understanding carbon capture and storage

This article was written by group member Dr Greg Holland, Senior Lecturer in Terrestrial Noble Gas Geochemistry

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New group paper: Estimating carbon dioxide residence time scales through noble gas and stable isotope diffusion profiles. 465 more words


Carbon Capture and Storage Market Research Report 2017

Global Carbon Capture and Storage Market Research Report 2017 provides a complete data analysis with Market value, Sales, Price, Industry Analysis and Forecast with the help of Industry Experts. 218 more words

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Saskatchewan’s new Climate Strategy maintains old positions: No to carbon tax, yes to Carbon Capture and Storage

Prairie Resilience: A Made-in-Saskatchewan Climate Change Strategy was released by the government of Saskatchewan on December 4,  maintaining the province’s  position outside the Pan-Canadian Framework  agreement  with this introductory statement:    “A federal carbon tax is ineffective and will impair Saskatchewan’s ability to respond to climate change.”  A summary of all the strategy commitments appears as  a “Backgrounder” from… 587 more words

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Sask., 3 U.S. states sign memorandum of understanding on carbon capture, storage

Saskatchewan and three U.S. states have signed a memorandum of understanding on carbon capture and storage.

The three-year agreement, signed at the Western Governors’ Association meeting in Arizona, says Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota and Saskatchewan governments want to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while aiming to improve strategic and diverse energy production. 235 more words


What to do with all the carbon dioxide?

Research Postgraduates Clara Heuberger and Clea Kolster, who recently attended the UNFCCC’s 23rd Conference of the Parties in Bonn, consider the significant potential of  carbon dioxide removal technologies, and the barriers they face.  1,434 more words