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British scientists are exploring ways to use the steel industry’s waste to capture carbon dioxide in the atmosphereThe Industrial Revolution left a deep mark on our world...
Radical new technique promises a cheaper and more secure method of burying CO2 emissions underground instead of storing it as a gas
Shell, Total, Statoil, even Exxon - they’re all at it. But are the recent moves into solar and wind power lip service, fashion, or a real shift away from fossil fuels?The world’s largest oil companies have in recent weeks...
Country should focus on nuclear power and carbon capture technologies, former chief scientific adviser said in his final interview
Farmers signing up for the carbon emissions reduction fund have to meet strict guidelines but there is significant profit and energy savings to be made
A decade ago today, the Conservative leader visited the Arctic to witness the effects of climate change. But since coming to power, his government has dropped or watered down a succession of green policies
For a new generation of innovators, biomimicry – the imitation of nature’s ecosystems – may help solve some of humanity’s toughest resource problems
Carbon disposal technologies are needed because incremental emissions cuts are not enough to fight climate change, says Oxford University climate scientist
Former Labour leader deeply critical of government cuts to green policies, such as cancelling carbon capture and storage competition
Report from UK Energy Research Centre warns of limitations of scope for gas expansion without carbon capture and storage technology
MPs warn that without CCS technology, it will be much more expensive to meet national and internationally agreed targets on reducing emissions
National Audit Office to investigate taxpayer value for money in George Osborne’s decision to halt CCS and question plans to secure UK energy supply
Pulling the plug on carbon capture and storage competition throws emissions targets into question, industry experts warn. Climate Home reports
PM accused of double standards for ditching £1bn trial he said was ‘absolutely crucial’ for UK
The Conservative government didn’t have faith in CCS and ditched a £1bn plan, but at a lab in Imperial College London, Aniruddha Sharma believes his team has hit upon a chemical that could make decarbonising fossil fuels...
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