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June 28, 2012

New Clues For Capturing CO2

Carbon Scrubbers: To help battle climate change, researchers make metal-doped materials that can remove carbon dioxide directly from air
By Olga Kuchment
June 1, 2012

Rise In Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Global release of 31.6 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2011 is a record, International Energy Agency says.
May 25, 2012

Leaders Set Mix Of Goals

International: G-8 Summit discussions include energy, climate, and agriculture
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April 16, 2012

Methane: A New ‘Fracking’ Fiasco

The flood of natural gas production is hoped to slow climate change, but it might just make it worse
April 5, 2012

Pittsburgh’s History Suggests Cutting CO2 Requires Big Changes

Climate Change: Only modest drops in emissions accompanied departure of people and steel industry
March 12, 2012

Carbon Goes Deep

Carnegie Institution researchers study this essential element to unlock Earth’s secrets
March 12, 2012

Virginia Fraud Probe Cut Off

Academic Freedom: State supreme court spurns attorney general’s attempt to obtain climate researcher’s records
March 9, 2012

Fracking Could Hinder Underground Carbon Storage

Natural Resources: Natural gas extraction and carbon dioxide sequestration may compete for the same sites
March 5, 2012

Black Carbon Belchers

Cars may produce more climate-warming particles than previously thought

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