The Kingdom pushed for a stronger emphasis on carbon capture and storage as a climate solution that keeps the oil industry alive longer
Future of US carbon capture and storage looks shaky after Trump tried to cut domestic research then choked off access to international collaboration
Why have emissions plans that rely on removing carbon from the air with unproven technologies when forests can do it today?
NEWS: The Teesside Collective could become the first industrial zone in Europe to neutralise up to 90% of its emissions
NEWS: Coalition of 56 countries say technology needs more political support ahead of 2015 Paris agreement
MEPs back plans to boost funding for technology that could radically cut carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels
Australian scientists have developed tiny filters that could cut carbon dioxide emissions from coal fired power stations
Researchers say potential sites for storing carbon dioxide underground vary so much that each will need separate appraisal
International Energy Agency says CCS needs urgent investment and strong policy incentives from governments in 2013
IEA report says coal could be world’s largest energy source by 2020, highlighting importance of support for carbon capture and cleaner power generation in developing world
CCS technology appears a simple and logical answer to the need to keep the lights on and lower emissions – but is it really the golden bullet to stop climate change?