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Carbon sequestration faces resistance in rural America

Carbon sequestration faces resistance in rural America

A plan to capture and store carbon dioxide underground in Montana faces fierce local opposition, despite being backed by major oil companies and the Biden administration.

Evan Halper reports for The Washington Post.

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Concerns grow over CO2 pipeline safety after recent leak in Louisiana

Concerns grow over CO2 pipeline safety after recent leak in Louisiana

Recent carbon dioxide leak in Louisiana exposes gaps in emergency alert systems, warns of potential dangers.

Tristan Baurick reports for Verite News.

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New methods aim to enhance the ocean's ability to capture carbon dioxide

New methods aim to enhance the ocean's ability to capture carbon dioxide

Researchers and startups are developing innovative marine carbon dioxide removal techniques to increase the ocean's carbon absorption capabilities. However, doubts about its potential impacts remain.

Andrew S. Lewis reports for Yale Environment 360.

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Iowa's Senate reviews pipeline property bill

Iowa's Senate reviews pipeline property bill

A proposed Iowa Senate bill aims to empower landowners in the face of pipeline construction, offering earlier judicial review opportunities amidst debates over eminent domain rights and environmental concerns.

Jared Strong reports for Iowa Capital Dispatch.

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Pipeline project and environmental group forge unprecedented agreement

Pipeline project and environmental group forge unprecedented agreement

A carbon dioxide pipeline developer and an environmental organization have reached a unique agreement to ensure community benefits and project support.

Paul Hammel reports for the Nebraska Examiner.

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See how carbon dioxide builds up in Earth’s atmosphere over one year

Two hundred years after the discovery of the greenhouse effect, a new animation of our atmosphere shows how humans add more carbon dioxide than Earth can absorb.
Urban agriculture beats conventional agriculture on climate — if it’s done right
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Urban agriculture beats conventional agriculture on climate — if it’s done right

For gardeners looking to do their part to slow the heating of the planet, all vegetables aren’t created equal.

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