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The world authority on carbon capture and storage (CCS) has told a UNFCCC pre-COP23 meeting in Bonn that whilst climate change talks are worthy and necessary, more climate “action” is needed if Paris `below 2 degree’ targets are going to be met.

Symposium in decarbonisation gets China's steel industry to examine the best ways of deploying carbon capture and storage to decarbonise the sector.

China reaffirmed its emergence as a rapid climate change mitigator with today’s announcement that the country’s first large-scale carbon capture storage and utilisation (CCUS) facility would enter construction.

The International CCS Knowledge Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan and the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today at the Centre’s office, which is located in the Innovation Place technology hub on the University of Regina campus.

 The world authority on carbon capture and storage has told an international assembly of CO2 experts in Austria that the answer to climate change is “right beneath our feet.”

Melbourne, Embargoed to Monday 20 February, 2017: Australia’s renewable energy target (RET) is driving short term deployment of renewable technologies rather than building the resilient, reliable low emissions grid of the future, the world authority on carbon capture and storage

Melbourne Monday 20 February: The Opposition Energy spokesman, Mark Butler’s, reaction to the possibility of lifting a ban on allowing the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) to invest in carbon capture and storage (CSS) is simplistic and short-sighted, says the world CCS aut

Claims made by John Quiggin (Crikey, 10 January) which attempt to disregard carbon capture and storage (CCS) as a global warming mitigation technology contain a number of egregious errors. 

The Global CCS Institute applauds the commencement of Petra Nova, the largest carbon capture and storage (CCS) system on a power plant in the world. 

16 November 2016: Global carbon capture and storage resources exceed what is required to meet future climate change temperature targets, the Global CCS Institute told a major conference in Switzerland today.