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Today the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) will publish its annual review of the UK's progress towards meeting its legally-binding carbon budgets. It finds that the country is currently not on course to meet the Fourth Carbon Budget, with a predicte ...
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China is requiring that at least 30 percent of government vehicle purchases be electric cars by 2016. The mandate is the latest in a string of efforts by the country to combat increasing air pollution and cut energy use, Bloomberg reports. China's ce ...
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. | Two electric utilities say they're interested in hosting a proposed lab to test out carbon-capture technologies at a working power plant in Wyoming. Gov. Matt Mead said Monday those utilities are Bismarck, North Dakota-based Basin El ...
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A research team has synthesized a porous, moisture-resistant, copper-based metal-organic framework, in crystalline powder form, that can selectively adsorb and remove trace CO2 from mixtures of various gases — with potential for various industrial applica ...
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A coal-fired power plant that could become one of the first in the United States to capture the majority of its carbon emissions got a boost from the signing of two memorandums of understanding this week with Chinese companies, a move that developers say ...
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A coalition of green groups plan to urge President Obama and senators to oppose a bill reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank over its roll-back of restrictions for financing overseas coal plants. Friends of the Earth, Sierra Club and Greenpeace said Thursd ...
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Yorkshire carbon capture power plant gets EU funding Drax, the operator of Britain's biggest power station, has secured up to €300m (£238m) of European Union funding to build a power plant whose carbon dioxide emissions will be trapped and buried dee ...

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