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October 23, 2014

 

Carbon Capture and Storage

 

Sens. Manchin, Whitehouse tour WV energy facilities in search of common ground
State Journal-October 22
They will tour the National Energy Technology Laboratory in Morgantown, where they will meet with experts to gather information about the facility's development of ongoing technology projects, including carbon, capture and storage.


Demonstration project to find innovative uses for CO2
PennEnergy-October 22
The U.S. Department of Energy and Skyonic Corporation have announced the opening of a major project demonstration for converting carbon dioxide (CO2) into commercial products.



Climate Change

 

EU leaders gear up for heated climate summit
International-EUobserver-October 23
The EU's 28 leaders are meeting on Thursday (23 October) in Brussels for what are expected to be tough negotiations on climate targets.


Some EU States Demand Concessions for Energy, Climate-Change Targets
In-Depth-Wall Street Journal-October 22
European Union leaders are expected to spar over the bloc’s energy and climate-change goals at a summit on Thursday , as some countries are demanding financial concessions in return for committing to the bloc’s ambitious targets.


U.S. Greenhouse Emissions on the Rise Despite Obama Administration’s Plans
The Weather Channel-October 22
The EIA reports that from 2012 to 2013 carbon dioxide emissions from energy-related sources rose by 2.5 percent, the fourth largest increase in such emissions since 1990.


As The Weather Changes, So Do Beliefs About Climate Change
Science 2.0-October 22
In a survey, political scientists learned that after the winter of 2013-2014, more Americans judge the validity of global warming by what they see out their window, not by observing long-term trends or scientific analysis.

 


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