CO2

Deutsche Welle
El Salvador is well-known for its majestic, powerful volcanoes. The hot, steaming lava that bubbles just under the earth's surface serves the country well. Water is pumped 1,200 meters into the hot earth to power steam water turbines in geothermal... Read More
The National Water System would produce infrastructure and operate services to enable universal irrigation. This would enable conversion of vast underused land area into productive farms. It would also end the effects of drought and flood. The... Read More
National Science Foundation
Over time, warming events in Greenland and the North Atlantic were followed by gradual cooling. These changes correlate well with the concentration of nitrous oxide found in ice core samples. Antarctic temperature variations, on the other hand, were... Read More
energyNOW
Check out this new technology that has the potential to save our environment and solve our energy problems. An artificial leaf removes excess carbon from the air, and researchers can then use that carbon to make gasoline.
Robotics & Artificial Intelligence
Our invention solves the problem of creating a shadow for transport as during parking, and in movement through the shading of the metal body of heat by solar radiation, without the need for assembly or disassembly of the device. Thus, reduces... Read More
If you've ever seen a large factory, you'll have noticed the large amounts of exhaust emitted through smokestacks. This exhaust actually contains a lot of wasted energy, so these innovators are trying to use that waste to create a clean and... Read More
energyNOW
There's a virtual "climate crystal ball" just a few miles from Washington D.C. in Edgewater, MD, where the nation's longest-running carbon dioxide experiment is still going strong. Smithsonian scientists are using a Chesapeake Bay salt marsh to get... Read More
The University of Texas at Austin has increased its total annual energy production efficiency by almost 30% over the last 13 years. 150 million in energy efficiency improvements were paid for by reduced fuel consumption. Juan Ontiveros, director of... Read More
Sarah Forbes, a World Resources Institute Senior Associate, discusses what Carbon, Capture, and Storage (CCS) is. She explains the technology, process, and challenges to using CCS.
RCP, Inc.
I am often asked if converting US cars to battery power would result in a net reduction of CO2 emissions. After all the electricity needed to recharge tomorrow's vehicle batteries will be generated at power plants which themselves have a carbon... Read More

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