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December 10, 2013
Carbon Capture and Storage
Drax's £2bn 'clean coal' project wins government funding
Telegraph.co.uk – December 9
Plans to capture carbon dioxide emissions from power stations and bury them under the North Sea moved a step closer on Monday as the Government awarded funding to Drax to develop a proposed "clean coal" plant in Yorkshire.
UK outlines new investment in carbon capture technology
Responding to Climate Change – December 9
The UK government has agreed to fund more research into to capturing carbon dioxide from power plants, announcing a deal today with Alstom, BOC and Drax.
Will Permanent CO2 Sequestration Work? An Abandoned Mine May ...
Science 2.0 – December 10
Red Mountain, an abandoned California magnesite mine, is providing geoscientists new insights on how to permanently entomb greenhouse gas emissions in the Earth.
China Releases Blueprint for Adapting to Climate Change
Wall Street Journal (blog) – December 10
China issued its first nation-wide blueprint for adapting to climate change, as governments around the world shift their efforts from focusing solely on curbing global warming to minimizing its impact on people and the environment.
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