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The hope at the heart of the apocalyptic climate change report

Along with their latest dire predictions, the world’s leading climate scientists offered a new path forward—but will anyone take it?
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Drax power station will build a "negative emissions" plant

Everything about the Drax power station is huge, including its carbon footprint. The negative-emissions technology will capture emissions and bury them underground.
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The world needs to store billions of tons of carbon. It could start in a surprising place.

The ethanol industry is environmentally controversial, but now it may have a big opportunity to cut its emissions.
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It’s the big new idea for stopping climate change — but it has huge environmental problems of its own

Scientists say burning plants for energy and capturing the carbon, at a large scale, could cross key "planetary boundaries."
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Scientists just presented a sweeping new estimate of how much humans have transformed the planet

Razing forests or plowing grasslands puts carbon in the atmosphere just as burning fossil fuels does. "We have forgotten half of the story up to now," a researcher with a new study says.

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Climate change cannot be mitigated without carbon capture

Carbon capture has a bad reputation. But after a year of reporting, I’ve come to a conclusion: It's both vital and viable.
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Climate change cannot be mitigated without carbon capture

Carbon capture has a bad reputation. But after a year of reporting, I’ve come to a conclusion: It's both vital and viable.
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Climate change cannot be mitigated without carbon capture

Carbon capture has a bad reputation. But after a year of reporting, I’ve come to a conclusion: It's both vital and viable.
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The world’s first “negative emissions” plant has opened in Iceland—turning carbon dioxide into stone

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