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John T. Preston, Dennis Bushnell and Anthony Michaels: Iron dust could reverse the course of climate change

John T. Preston, Dennis Bushnell and Anthony Michaels: Iron dust could reverse the course of climate change

As crazy as it might sound, geoengineering the oceans by adding iron — in effect, fertilizing them — may offer the best, most effective and most affordable way not just to slow the march of global warming but to reverse its course by directly drawing carbon out of the atmosphere.

E.P.A. proposes first limits on climate pollution from existing power plants
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E.P.A. proposes first limits on climate pollution from existing power plants

It’s the last in a string of major regulations proposed by the Biden administration to sharply cut the greenhouse gases produced by the United States.
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New rules for power plants could give carbon capture a boost. Here’s how.

The technology has struggled to gain traction, but strict new emissions limits for gas and coal stations could encourage broader adoption.
Brooklyn Navy Yard green tech incubator
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The Brooklyn Navy Yard has become a lab for planet-saving tech

Once a building ground for battleships, the site is a city-within-a-city where companies can test their solutions for a greener future.
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A different kind of pipeline project scrambles Midwest politics

Plans that would bury carbon underground rather than release it in the air have stoked debate over climate and property rights, creating unlikely alliances and stirring memories of fierce battles over oil.
How does carbon capture work?
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How does carbon capture work?

The idea of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to turn back the clock on climate change is an appealing one. Can these technologies deliver on their promise?
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Ocean farming: Seaweed is having its moment in the sun

Seaweed is being reimagined as a plastic substitute, even as cattle feed. But can it thrive in a warming world?
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