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Can clay be used for carbon capture?
Sandia chemical engineer Tuan Ho has led a team investigating the possibility of using clay for carbon capture.
Making carbon capture affordable and accessible (VIDEO)
Scientists from the Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory reveal their success in making carbon capture more affordable and widespread.
€1.1 billion to support Danish carbon capture and storage
Under EU State Aid rules, the European Commission has approved a €1.1 billion grant to support the Danish roll-out of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies.
The reality of carbon capture utilisation technology
Carbon capture technology is mostly marketed as a beneficial solution to the emission crisis, yet the technology in reality uses too much energy.
Supercharging biological carbon capture & food production
Richard T Sayre, Senior Research Scientist at New Mexico Consortium in the U.S., walks us through engineering improved photosynthesis for enhanced food production & carbon sequestration.
UK invests £21.5 million into carbon capture technology
Energy Minister Claire Perry has announced that the UK is to lead an international challenge with Saudi Arabia and Mexico to remove carbon from emissions
Carbon capture brought to the forefront of the UK’s climate targets
Carbon capture and storage is a key player in the challenge to meet reduced emission targets by 2015, according to the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI)
A carbon capture and storage reset
Judith Shapiro, Policy and Communications Manager at the Carbon Capture and Storage Association outlines to AG what the focus needs to be for CCS in the upcoming months… CS has featured a number of times in AG and the last article was published just before all hell broke loose on...
Environmentally friendly fuel cells to capture 99% of carbon dioxide
Researchers use hydrogen fuel cells for carbon capture, bringing environmentally friendly fuel cells to transportation and technology.
Carbon, Capture, Conversion and Neutralisation (C3N)
According to the recent Fifth Assessment Synthesis Report presented in Copenhagen by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPCC), to face the irreversible effects of climate change, greenhouse gas emissions (CO2) need to fall by as much as 70% around the world by 2050 and to zero by 2100. Implementing...
Biofuels as petroleum alternatives: Closing the carbon cycle with bacteria
Finding a way to close the carbon cycle is crucial in our steps towards a greener planet; researchers believe that filtering out petroleum and utilizing other options like biofuels we can help reduce our CO2 emissions.
The continuous process to produce sodium bicarbonate crystals
Here, Professor Patricia Luis (1,2) from UCLouvain explains how integral CO2 capture is along with the production of sodium bicarbonate crystals in reducing global emissions.
Decarbonising the NHS hospital estate – Towards net zero
Richard Spencer, Construction and Operation & Maintenance Director at E.ON, details decarbonising your hospital estate in the road towards net zero.
Low Carbon Timber® – European best practice in climate-friendly chains
We call on all interested parties from politics, administration, local authorities and business to use Low Carbon Timber®
How heat pump technology can help to decarbonise the NHS
Jason Speedy, chief operations officer at leading heating solutions manufacturer Groupe Atlantic, outlines the importance of decarbonising the NHS, and how heat pump technology can support its net zero journey.
Net-zero carbon housing means changes to concrete infrastructure
Net-zero housing will require changes to the concrete industry, not just in manufacturing standards but also changes in purchasing habits.
Solar-powered tower for carbon neutral jet fuel production
Researchers have developed a carbon neutral solar-powered aviation fuel production system that uses water, CO2 and sunlight.
European Commission puts €1.1 billion into 7 low-carbon technologies
The Commission signed €1.1 billion of grant agreements, allocated for seven low-carbon technologies which will substantially reduce emissions - within the first ten years.
Filling in the gaps of Lake Geneva’s carbon cycle research
Marie-Elodie Perga, Associate Professor of the Institute of Earth Surface Dynamics at the University of Lausanne, discusses SNSF funded Project CARBOGEN, which studies Lake Geneva’s carbon cycle.
Croplands relocation could cut global carbon emissions by 71%
Croplands relocation could restore habitats and lessen carbon emissions, if major food crops were moved to minimise environmental impact.