Archive for December 19th, 2013

Carbon capture and storage technology has had a rough, short life so far. It was hailed as a way to maintain our energy-hungry economy at manageable carbon emission levels and championed by the coal industry — and for a while by the federal government in the form of FutureGen. Whereas before there were measures to put carbon emissions into the ground rather than the atmosphere, there is now work being done to extract value out of underground CO2.  Read more

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