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A startup is trying to demonstrate that carbon dioxide can be used to make clean geothermal power economical and far more widespread.
An expert from Shell says that oil companies, with their deep knowledge of geophysics, are well-suited to pioneer carbon capture and storage technology.
Speeding up a natural weathering process could be a practical way to capture and store carbon dioxide from power plants.
Techniques developed at MIT and Pacific Northwest National Lab could make it more affordable to burn fossil fuels without releasing carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.
Wind and solar get all the attention, but a key path to lowering emissions involves finding a less expensive way to do carbon capture.
A new type of fuel cell could make CO2 storage cheaper, but it could also prove to be a good way to pump more oil out of the ground.
Startup Porifera is developing membranes to separate greenhouse gases from smokestacks.