Scientists at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have discovered a record-cheap way to capture carbon dioxide as it’s emitted from power plants and factories, including the likes of iron and steel manufacturing
The battle against climate change is being waged on multiple fronts, and one of the most innovative and promising technologies in this fight is Direct Air Capture (DAC), spearheaded by companies like Climeworks. The co-founders, Jan and Christoph, have been
In the ongoing global pursuit of sustainable solutions to combat climate change, recent studies have illuminated the pivotal role that diverse forests play in the intricate web of carbon capture and greenhouse
In a significant stride towards combating climate change, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced an allocation of $36 million to foster the development of marine carbon dioxide removal (mCDR) technologies.
Direct Air Capture technology, initially designed by Airbus and the European Space Agency (ESA) to purify air aboard the International Space Station (ISS), is now being adapted for terrestrial applications aimed at
Addressing the challenge of decarbonizing stubborn industrial emitters, MIT scientists are pioneering carbon capture technologies. Industries like steel, cement, and chemical manufacturing, owing to the inherent use of carbon and fossil fuels
Utility companies operating most of the US‘s power plants are not widely adopting an expensive technology promoted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to clamp down on carbon dioxide emissions, reported E&E
Microsoft has decided to buy carbon removal credits from CarbonCapture, a Los Angeles-based startup. CarbonCapture is setting up a direct air capture (DAC) plant in Wyoming named Project Bison. The DAC plant