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  • Britain could be in line for a new North Sea bonanza following research which reveals its suitability to store billions of tons of waste carbon dioxide. Rock formations beneath the sea bed have enough room to store up to 300 years worth of emissions from northern Europes power stations.

  • In US, Boom Supersonic is developing aircraft powered by fuels derived from atmospheric CO2 provided by Prometheus Fuels, representing carbon neutrality. 

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  • Scientists have created an artificial leaf to fight climate change by inexpensively converting harmful carbon dioxide (CO2) into a useful alternative fuel. The new technology, outlined in a paper published in the journal Nature Energy, was inspired by the way plants use energy from sunlight to tur...

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  • In south Korea, the Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology has developed a photocatalyst comprising a blue titania seeded with copper and platinum that absorbs the Suns energy and converts CO2 into hydrocarbon fuels. 

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  • Germany has proposed a draft national law promoting carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, which would see liability for carbon dioxide leaks transferred to the German government after a facility had been in place for 80 years. The law includes detailed standards on operating CCS systems and s...

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  • A billion-dollar scheme to capture and inject the immense amounts of carbon dioxide emitted by Alberta's oil and gas industry may become reality, writes Gordon Cope.

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  • In Australia, the team led by the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and the University of New South Wales, has devised a method of converting CO2 back to the original carbon, by dissolving it in an electrolyte containing small amounts of a cerium liquid metal catalyst, and charging it with an ...

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  • Perhaps the furthest advanced carbon dioxide underground storage scheme is the Weyburn-Midale Project that straddles the US-Canadian border. The project is now in its final phase of developing regulatory guidelines and for long-term geological storage.

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  • With its depleted offshore oil and gas fields, Britain ought to be leading the world in the long term storage, following capture, of carbon dioxide. And the first full-scale trial plant may not be far away, writes Professor Stuart Haszeldine of the Scottish Centre for Carbon Storage (SCCS).

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  • n this second book in the Putting The Genie Back series, David Hone looks at  to the political response to the issue. The question facing any government as it confronts the task of reducing national carbon dioxide emissions is where to start and what to do first, almost certainly carbon pricing...

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