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August 29, 2014

 

Carbon Capture and Storage

FuelCell Energy's Cost Effective and Efficient Carbon Capture ...
RenewablesBiz-August 28
FuelCell Energy, Inc., a global leader in the design, manufacture, operation and service of ultra-clean, efficient and reliable fuel cell power plants, announced the progression into stage three of a carbon capture development project supported by a previously announced award from the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fossil Energy's Carbon Capture Program


Your next roadside attraction: Carbon storage
Boulder Weekly-August 28
The land alongside the 4 million miles of U.S. public roadways, already being maintained by federal, stat, and local governments, could be planted with vegetation that helps transfer carbon from the atmosphere into the soil, say scientists.


Global Warming Pioneer Promotes CO2 Capture and Storage
AccuWeather.com (blog)-August 28
Professor Wally Broeker, who according to the European Association of Geochemistry was the first person to alert the world to global warming, recently stated at the International Carbon Conference that the best way to prevent global warming from getting out of control over the next 50 years is to capture and store atmospheric CO2 in addition to limits on fossil fuel emissions.


How to fund CCS
World Coal-August 28
Jill Duggan, Doosan Babcock, UK, makes the case for funding carbon capture and storage with a levy on coal extraction.

 


Climate Change

This Approach to Climate Change Doesn't Involve Obama, the Senate or the UN
Bloomberg-August 29
Maybe it’s time for investors to save the planet.


Does Antarctic sea ice growth negate climate change? Scientists say no
Los Angeles Times-August 29
Dramatic changes in temperature, sea level and extreme weather around the world are proof enough the planet is warming, they say

 


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