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Carbon Capture And Storage: Solution or Boondoggle? – The Pros And Cons

Is CCS, or carbon capture and storage, a promising technology to help the world deal with carbon emissions from coal-fired power plant, or a dangerous and unproven boondoggle offering false hope?

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Does Nature Provide Us With A “Free Lunch”? Assessing the True Cost/Benefit of Environmental Stewardship

Michael Pawlin debates assertions made by climate skeptic Bjorn Lomborg at the British Council Office 2009 Conference.

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NASA’s Climate Monitoring Plans

Despite the setback of the failed mission of NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory, two other missions – Aquarius and Hydros – are planned that will provide scientists and researchers vital data into the state of Earth’s climate and the effects human activity has in climate change and global warming.

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Major Economies Forum Negotiators Report Progress in Climate Talks

Progress is made with difficult issues facing the Major Economies Forum on energy, development, and climate

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Geothermal Energy Receives A $350 Million Boost

The Obama administration announces $350 million to develop geothermal energy.

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No License To Spill – Australia Delays Carbon Trading

Australia opts to delay its emissions trading program due to economic concerns. Delay’s are likely to cost money and leave industry with no clear signal on how to approach investments on CO2 reductions.

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New MIT Study Shows Risks of Climate Change Doubled from Previous Assessment If No Action Taken Now

MIT has released a new study showing that risks of non-action in mitigating climate change could make expected temperature rise twice as bad as expected by the end of the century.