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Exxon Mobil Corp is running television advertisements at the Rio Olympics to showcase its work on clean energy, a high-profile blitz as the company faces pressure over global warming in an intense year of climate politics. The suite of four ads tout oil m ...
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Japan has come a long way since its self-inflicted environmental disasters of the 1960s when double-digit economic growth rates spawned garbage and pollution challenges of Mount Fuji-sized proportions. Steady progress came after the government finally got ...
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Canada’s SaskPower's Boundary Dam Carbon Capture plant has captured more than one million tonnes of CO2 since start-up in October 2014. The milestone reached last month was reached following some hiccups at the facility over the last three years, whi ...
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Our successful Summer School programme continued this year, with a record number of 62 students from around the world. This year we welcomed three groups from universities in the United States: students from University of Notre Dame, Georgia Tech and Corn ...
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The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has welcomed the announcement from Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matthew Canavan of federal funding for carbon capture and storage (CCS) development projects. “The investment in the projects will hel ...
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This year we will witness a number of milestones in technology to capture, use and store carbon dioxide from industrial sources and power plants – technology we need to reach our goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We will need continued policy and ...

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