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World's first commercial CO2 removal plant begins operation

Zurich - Zurich, Switzerland-based Climeworks asks, What if we could remove carbon dioxide directly from the air? Well, with a little help from technology, that is exactly what the company is doing.

Op-Ed: House GOP pressures EPA on carbon emissions proposal

On Friday, Republican leaders on the House Energy and Commerce Committee called for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to withdraw a proposal to impose carbon dioxide emission limits on new coal-fired power plants.

Meteorite study suggests carbon capture locked up Mars atmosphere

East Kilbride - Examination of a meteorite that’s believed to have fallen to Earth around 3,000 years ago has provided clues as to how Mars lost its atmosphere, previously rich in carbon dioxide (CO2).

Capturing Carbon Dioxide — Could sea urchins provide the answer?

Newcastle-on-tyne - A natural process involving carbon capture has been discovered by accident by researchers at Newcastle University in the UK. Researchers found that sea urchins could process carbon dioxide from the oceans to grow their exoskeletons.

Canada Supports Eight New Clean Energy Projects

Canada is strengthening its position as a world leader in clean energy technologies through an innovative partnership with the private sector.
 

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Diagram developed by MIT showing partial carbon-capture sequestration technology.
Diagram developed by MIT showing partial carbon-capture sequestration technology.
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The world s first carbon capture plant is in operation in Zurich  Switzerland.
The world's first carbon capture plant is in operation in Zurich, Switzerland.
Climeworks
Schematic showing both terrestrial and geological sequestration of carbon dioxide emissions from a c...
Schematic showing both terrestrial and geological sequestration of carbon dioxide emissions from a coal-fired plant, but deployment of such technology on a large scale may be years away.
Wikimedia Commons
Veins of clay (green) surround both the carbonate (orange) and olivine (blue) in a false-color image...
Veins of clay (green) surround both the carbonate (orange) and olivine (blue) in a false-color image of a fragment of the Lafayette meteorite taken under the microscope
Scottish Universities
From left to right: Hon Jim Carr  Minister of Energy  Canada; Hon Wan Gang  Minister of Science and ...
From left to right: Hon Jim Carr, Minister of Energy, Canada; Hon Wan Gang, Minister of Science and Technology, China; Dr Fatih Birol, Executive Director, International Energy Agency; Hon Rick Perry, Secretary of Energy, USA; Hon Terje Søviknes, Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Norway.
IEA
Hellisheidi Power Station in Iceland.
Hellisheidi Power Station in Iceland.
ThinkGeoEnergy
Combining the Climeworks DAC technology with the CarbFix mineralization process offers a proof-of-co...
Combining the Climeworks DAC technology with the CarbFix mineralization process offers a proof-of-concept for a system that is not only carbon neutral but actually carbon negative.
Climeworks
Carbon storage diagram showingmethods of CO2 injection.
Carbon storage diagram showingmethods of CO2 injection.
U.S. Department of Energy