The landmark report is likely to rekindle debate over the fossil fuels powering the world’s economies.
Carbon Capture and Storage Mining News
Forget about carbon emissions and greenhouse gases (GHGs) emitted by humans. Sauropods — the long-necked, long-tailed dinosaurs that included some of the largest terrestrial animals ever known— could have been the first to warm the Earth's climate thanks to their massive amounts of methane-producing flatulence, says Tuesday's edition of Current Biology.
The impending carbon price has done nothing to deter investment in the coal industry, with spending on exploration surging faster than any other mineral commodity.
Public awareness and acceptance of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as a tool to combat climate change is higher in Saskatchewan and Alberta than the rest of Canada, concludes a nation-wide survey released today by IPAC-CO2 Research Inc.