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Concrete made from captured CO2 could cut need for costly underground storage

Carbon dioxide sequestered from the atmosphere via direct air capture (DAC) has been permanently stored in concrete for the first time.

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The ocean twilight zone could store vast amounts of carbon captured from the atmosphere

An ocean scientist describes plans for an ‘internet of the ocean,’ with sensors and autonomous vehicles that can explore the deep sea and monitor its vital signs.
Opinion: Copenhagen's failure casts doubt on other major climate plans

Opinion: Copenhagen's failure casts doubt on other major climate plans

The Danish capital reneged on its net zero target after an incinerator failed to secure state aid.
Congress passes Inflation Reduction Act: Its climate promise relies heavily on carbon capture, thousands of miles of pipeline

Congress passes Inflation Reduction Act: Its climate promise relies heavily on carbon capture, thousands of miles of pipeline

One estimate suggests at least a sixth of all emissions cuts expected from the Inflation Reduction Act would come from carbon capture.
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CCS in the Gulf: Climate solution or green washing?

The Gulf of Mexico may be the largest potential sink for storing carbon dioxide emissions in the world — but getting the greenhouse gas under the seafloor would take a massive effort and cost. Enter Exxon Mobil Corp.

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The quest to trap carbon in stone—and beat climate change

On a barren lava plateau in Iceland, a new facility is sucking in air and stashing the carbon dioxide in rock. The next step: Build 10,000 more.
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White House creates new energy division to coordinate climate change policies

White House creates new energy division to coordinate climate change policies

The White House has launched a new energy division of its Office of Science and Technology Policy and appointed Sally Benson, a well-known energy expert at Stanford University, to a high-level position to coordinate climate change policy.
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