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The IPCC says we can emit a trillion tons of carbon and still avoid major warming. We’ll emit much more.
An International Energy Agency report calls for more research, carbon price, to help renewables compete.
Wind and solar get all the attention, but a key path to lowering emissions involves finding a less expensive way to do carbon capture.
The technology could make it cheaper to use wind and solar power and to switch to natural gas from coal.
Cheap natural gas means U.S. electricity producers are buying less coal. But the rest of the world is buying more.
Companies are demonstrating a novel way to turn inaccessible coal into usable fuel.
Despite the need to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, the burning of coal has only been accelerating.
Major engineering firms and power providers team up to demonstrate two new power generation technologies.