Carbon mineralization is a promising solution for long-term CO2 storage, offering an environmentally friendly approach to combat climate change. This process involves converting CO2 into stable, solid minerals that can be stored underground. Various techniques, including direct, indirect, and bio-mineralization, are being explored to accelerate this process.
Leading climate scientists and academics are calling on the federal government to abandon a proposed tax credit that gives big polluters a break for investing in carbon capture technology. The […]
By Jeff St. John As the Biden administration prepares to shell out billions of dollars on carbon capture and storage projects, a government watchdog report offers a warning about how not to do it. In […]
Valerie wrote: This sounds too good to be true. I am not a chemist or a physicist and cannot make any comments, but I will be very happy to hear […]
By James Dyke, Robert Watson and Wolfgang Knorr Sometimes realisation comes in a blinding flash. Blurred outlines snap into shape and suddenly it all makes sense. Underneath such revelations is […]