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Greenhouse gases, originating from natural sources, industrial processes and the burning of fossil fuels, are the culprits behind current global warming fears. The most abundant among them is carbon dioxide, which made up 84% of the United State's gr ...
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Rather than billowing into the sky as air pollution, excess carbon dioxide may provide an ingredient for manufacturing industrial chemicals, according to a study conducted by researchers at the University’s Center for the Capture and Conversion of Carbon ...
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A book created by Western Australian primary school students will help children around the world better understand greenhouse gases and the process of carbon capture and storage. Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion today congratulated the young auth ...
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Electricity generated from coal in old power plants without carbon capture would be banned in a proposal that will form the centrepiece of the Liberal Democrats' commitment on the environment in its general election manifesto. Ed Davey, the energy an ...
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PUMPING carbon into the earth may be the only way to make cut deep cuts to emissions, according to new research.  The first major review of the CO2CRC carbon capture storage (CSS) project in Nirranda says the program could be used to back up coal and the ...
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CHARLOTTETOWN—Canada’s provincial and territorial leaders have reached a landmark deal on a national energy strategy that addresses climate change and brings Quebec into the fold. In a political win for Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and newly elected fed ...

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