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Taiwan’s President Ma Ying-jeou has announced his country’s ambitious climate change mitigation plan which entails pledges to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 to 2005 levels, and by 2025 to levels last seen in 2000. This is a significant voluntary ...
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Carbon dioxide poses a threat to contemporary global climates, and most environmental advocates work to combat it by planting trees, which consume carbon dioxide in order to fuel life processes. However, a team of scientists at ASU, lead by Department of ...
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Biorecro's managing director Henrik Karlsson tells Radio Sweden how using Beccs, (Bio Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage), CO2 emissions from biomass can be taken from the atmosphere and stored thousands of meters below ground, resulting in negat ...
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The European Council, which represents the heads of the EU member states, has agreed to increase funding for carbon capture and storage (CCS) demonstration projects after 2020. The existing NER300 funding programme will be renewed by its successor – the N ...
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It's been less than a month since the official launch for the carbon capture and storage project at the Boundary Dam Power Station, but it has already earned glowing reviews from global leaders who have toured the plant. Veselko Grubisic, the Croatia ...

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