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California startup launches innovative cement technology to cut carbon emissions

California startup Fortera has developed a groundbreaking technology that captures and recycles carbon emissions from cement production, launching its first commercial application at a major facility in Redding.

Isabella O'Malley reports for The Associated Press.

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Trawling boats are hauling up ancient carbon from the ocean depths

Trawling boats are hauling up ancient carbon from the ocean depths

The world’s trawlers are stirring carbon dioxide into the water—and into the atmosphere.
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U.S. carbon emissions fell in 2023 as coal use tumbled to new lows

The drop was big, but emissions will need to fall three times as fast for the rest of the decade if the country wants to meet its climate goals.
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Opinion: The climate costs of war and militaries can no longer be ignored

More than 5% of global emissions are linked to conflict or militaries but countries continue to hide the true scale.

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Emissions from Israel’s war in Gaza have ‘immense’ effect on climate catastrophe

First months of conflict produced more planet-warming gases than 20 climate-vulnerable nations do in a year, study shows.

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Why is the U.S. producing more oil than ever?

The politics of solving climate change may, paradoxically, require producing more fossil fuels for a while.
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Enviro groups say Enviva's Georgia pellet plant 'blowing past' pollution limits

A southern Georgia facility considered the world’s largest producer of wood pellets used for fuel ― a process the company claims to be “carbon neutral” ― is releasing as much as three times the allowable amount of hazardous pollution into the air, environmental groups say.

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