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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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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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Okefenokee Swamp proposed mining

Georgia eyes approval for a controversial titanium mine near Okefenokee Swamp

A titanium mine proposed near the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge has sparked significant opposition, raising concerns about the impact on North America's largest intact blackwater swamp.

Brady Dennis reports for The Washington Post.

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azolla as a future food source
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Exploring the potential of azolla as a future food source

A versatile fern called azolla could revolutionize food production by offering a sustainable source of nutrition and aiding in carbon capture, according to recent research.

Matt Simon reports for Wired.

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Lawmakers float $10M 'stimulus' for enhanced oil recovery in Wyoming

The stimulus is intended to "equalize" a federal tax incentive that rewards permanent CO2 storage over carbon dioxide used to produce oil.
antibiotics & beef production

Indiana farm to become first in the nation to adopt new beef standard

Fischer Farms in Saint Anthony, Indiana, has seen a lot of operational changes since its inception during the Civil War. The farm, owned and operated by Joseph Fischer and family for six generations, decided in 2004 to switch from conventional beef production to a process requiring fewer antibiotics.
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Indonesia food estate threatens peatlands, with dire climate costs

Indonesia is clearing thousands of acres of carbon-dense peatland for agriculture, risking the massive release of greenhouse gases.
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