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I was perplexed to read Christopher Jay's article, "Carbon emissions could be making the world greener" (AFR, April 9). He contends that our climate concerns could soon be over as a result of increased biomass on earth. If only it were that easy. The world needs to capture far more
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A system of artificial photosynthesis can collect carbon dioxide before it escapes into our atmosphere as a greenhouse gas and convert it to useful products including drugs and alternative fuels, researchers say. The breakthrough technology is a hybrid of semiconducting nanowires and bacteria that
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SaskPower is looking forward to the completion of the carbon capture test facility at the Shand Power Station this year. Construction manager Kevin Beck, speaking at Shand's open house on April 12, said they expect to have the test facility operating by the end of June. They're in the
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Carbon Recycling International (CRI), a pioneer in power-to-methanol technology, and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe (MHPSE), a market and technology leader in the design and construction of thermal power plants, today announced a strategic alliance to deliver power-to-methanol solutions to
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The world’s thirst for energy is growing. In February 2015 Oil giant BP forecast energy demand growth of as much as 37 per cent over the next 20 years, which it predicts could take CO2 emissions to 18 billion tonnes above the IEA’s 450 Scenario by 2035. While there is no ‘silver bullet’ technology

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