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1.  At a Global Conference on Clean Energy, Granholm Announces Billions in Federal Aid for Carbon Capture and Emerging Technology  


Inside Climate News
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PITTSBURGH—As world leaders gathered in New York City last week for the 77th U.N. General Assembly, another international conference focused on a global transition to clean, renewable energy took place here in what has been the epicenter of the American steel industry.  At stake was how trillions o...

2.  Carbon capture 'simply won't work' to reach net zero emissions: report  


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A new report offering an assessment of the U.S. government's net zero plan argues that carbon capture and storage schemes are not a viable solution for the issues regarding climate change. According to The Guardian, researchers with the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) foun...

3.  What you need to know about carbon dioxide removal  


Yale Universities Climate Connections
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Meeting the Paris Climate Agreement targets will require removing billions of tons of carbon from the atmosphere every year through a combination of natural and technological methods. The post What you need to know about carbon dioxide removal appeared first on Yale Climate Connections.

4.  Climate Expert Debunks Big Oil's Lies About Carbon Capture, Nature-Based Solutions  


Common Dreams - Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
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Michael Mann also told a House panel that “investing in natural gas is crowding out investment in true clean, renewable energy that can help us decarbonize our economy and address the climate crisis.”

5.  US Gov't Spent $1.1B On Failed Carbon Capture Projects In A Decade  


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US Gov't Spent $1.1B On Failed Carbon Capture Projects In A Decade Authored by Tsvetana Paraskova via OilPrice.com, The U.S. Department of Energy has spent $1.1 billion on 11 carbon capture projects at coal-fired power plants and industrial facilities since 2009, most of which turned out to be failure...