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June 28, 2016

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage


Scientists are Turning CO2 to Rocks and it Seems Effective 
Science World Report – June 28
The study, published in Science, noted that researchers explained their technique will take a few months - a timeframe that could help carbon capture and storage be a practical, workable solution. "This means that we can pump down large amounts of CO2 and store it in a very safe way over a very short period of time," said Columbia University hydrologist Martin Stute.

 

Climate Change
 

Climate Change High on Agenda as Obama and Trudeau Meet for Summit
New York Times – June 27
Climate change will be a central topic of the summit meeting and of Mr. Obama’s address to Canada’s House of Commons. The leaders of the United States, Mexico and Canada will announce a North America-wide climate partnership, syncing their national policies to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

 

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