Twenty-five universities to explore public health and environmental facets of climate change.
A technique used to develop new pharmaceuticals could be used to develop new materials that capture carbon dioxide.
U.S. Geological Survey finds that the United States emits about 1.6 billion metric tons of carbon annually.
The memorandum of understanding sets up a framework for the future purchase of certified synthetic jet fuel from Rentech's Natchez Project.
The Global CCS Institute will support large-scale projects that have a great need and promise the greatest return, according to the group.
The research is expected to lead to improved designs for carbon sequestration projects that will protect underground drinking water supplies.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will determine the impacts of injecting carbon dioxide into the state's underground water reservoirs for long-term storage.
Integrated gasification combined cycle process at Kern County plant will convert coal power to electricity and capture and sequester carbon dioxide in an adjacent oil field.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Chinese Academy of Sciences' Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics researchers identify 100 years of carbon storage reservoirs.
DOE is paying out $644,000 for research on sequestering carbon dioxide in shallow formations to the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Multi-discipline effort, funded by United Engineering Foundation, has developed scorecards to assess merits of various technologies, gaps in technology, and barriers to managing carbon emissions.
Water use efficiency improvements will help sustain the future of California agriculture, according to a Pacific Institute study.
From carbon sequestration to removal of hormones and nanoscale impurities from water, the Clean Tech Expo will showcase new technologies on July 16.
American Farmland Trust spells out its priorities with lawmakers.
Delaying decisions on carbon dioxide mitigation will affect power plant management costs.