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The world’s first “negative emissions” plant has opened in Iceland—turning carbon dioxide into stone

Not big enough to do much, but it's a start.

Thanks to Texas Tech climate scientist extraordinaire Katharine Hayhoe for pointing this story out on her Facebook Page.


As she noted, it's not big enough to do much, but it's a start.

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Climate change: For big emissions reductions, we need to think small

"Big new infrastructure costing billions is not the best way to accelerate decarbonization"

Small-scale clean energy and low carbon technologies—such as solar panels, smart appliances and electric bicycles—are more likely to push society toward meeting climate goals than large-scale technologies, according to a new study from a team of international researchers.

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Trump Administration is using a pandemic to hand out gifts to its favorite polluters

I worked in TV news for 18 years. No matter how bad the news got I never had a problem watching it.

Until now.

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