Carbon Dioxide

Carbon Dioxide Reactor Makes 'martian Fuel'

Engineers are developing new ways to convert greenhouse gases to fuel to address climate change and get astronauts home from Mars.
Related topics: Astronaut, Mars, Space

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A Glimpse Into The Ocean's Biological Carbon Pump

Oceans play a key role in the global carbon dioxide balance. This is because billions of tiny algae live there, absorbing carbon dioxide through photosynthesis and incorporating it into their biomass. When these algae die, they trickle down—along...

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Human Behavior Sabotages Carbon Dioxide-reducing Strategies

For the past 150 years, humans have pumped extraordinary amounts of greenhouse gasses, such as CO2, into the atmosphere and warmed the planet at an alarming rate. To slow down climate change, societies tend to focus on two solutions for reducing...
Related topics: Space

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Chinese Scientists Report Starch Synthesis From Carbon Dioxide

Chinese scientists recently reported a de novo route for artificial starch synthesis from carbon dioxide (CO2) for the first time. Relevant results were published in Science on Sept. 24.

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Europe's Co2 Shortage Threatens Medicine, Nuclear Safety, Food

For more crisp and insightful business and economic news, subscribe to The Daily Upside newsletter. It's completely free and we guarantee you'll learn something new every day.The ongoing semiconductor shortage has certainly caught a wide range...
Related topics: Semiconductors

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Metals Supercharge A Promising Method To Bury Harmful Carbon Dioxide Under The Sea

There's a global race to reduce the amount of harmful gases in our atmosphere to slow down the pace of climate change, and one way to do that is through carbon capture and sequestration—sucking carbon out of the air and burying it. At this point,...

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Engineers Discover Way To Turn Organic Waste Into Renewable Biofuel Additives Using Radiation

The renewable proportion of petrol is set to increase to 20 per cent over the coming years, meaning the discovery of a new production pathway for these additives could help in the fight to cut carbon dioxide emissions and tackle climate change....
Related topics: Scientific Discoveries, Biofuel

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Climate: Summer Wildfires Emit Record Amount Of Co2

Wildfires in Siberia, North America and around the Mediterranean caused record levels of planet-warming CO2 emissions this summer, the EU's Earth monitoring service said Tuesday.
Related topics: Siberia, Space

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Agricultural Decarbonization Gets New Emphasis At Ornl

Finding a way to reduce metric tons of carbon dioxide while sustaining food products to feed the country and the world is becoming an area of increased focus in national decarbonization efforts and is attracting increased attention at Oak Ridge...

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The Lenses In These Sunglasses Are Made From Captured Co2

Most sunglasses have you looking through petroleum-based plastic lenses. Pangaia’s shades are made out of emissions. Clothing brand and material science company Pangaia exists in part to push forward sustainable innovation in the fashion...

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Co2: Hero Or Villain?

(John Hinderaker) As a youth I was taught that carbon dioxide is a wonderful thing. It is necessary for just about all life on Earth, and is fundamental to the photosynthesis that fuels all green plants. Further, there is a symbiosis between animal...

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Male Seahorses Develop Placentas To Support Their Growing Babies

Supplying oxygen to their growing offspring and removing carbon dioxide is a major challenge for every pregnant animal. Humans deal with this problem by developing a placenta, but in seahorses—where the male, not the female, gestates and gives...

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The Definitive Co2/ch4 Comparison Post

There is a new push to reduce CH4 emissions as a possible quick ‘win-win’ for climate and air quality. To be clear this is an eminently sensible idea – as it has been for decades (remember the ‘Methane-to-markets’...

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A Shortage Of Co2 Gas In The Uk Could Cause Christmas To Be 'canceled,' Warns Industry Boss

sign on empty shelves inform customers of a lack of products at a Sainsburys supermarket on September 19, 2021 in London, England. Gaps in supermarket shelves have appeared more frequently as a shortage of lorry drivers disrupted supply chains. Now,...
Related topics: Christmas

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Researchers Reveal Multi-path Mechanism In Electrochemical Co2 Reduction

A research group led by Prof. Xiao Jianping from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and their collaborators synthesized a single-atom Pb-alloyed Cu catalyst (Pb1Cu), which showed high activity...
Related topics: Physics

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This Startup Keeps Co2 Out Of The Air By Injecting ‘bio Oil’ Underground

Turning waste that would otherwise be burned into a viscous liquid lets Charm Industrial keep the potential emissions in a safe place. A few years ago, as CEO of the tech company Segment, Peter Reinhardt started researching how the company could...
Related topics: Startup

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Stable Sea Level And Thriving Komodo Dragons

In contrast to catastrophic speculation from climate models, and media hype, the scientific evidence reveals rising CO2 has NOT caused a dangerous rise in sea level and has NOT threatened Komodo Dragons with extinction

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Captured Water, Carbon Dioxide From Car Exhaust Could Help Grow Food

What if both the water and carbon dioxide (CO2) produced from a vehicle’s exhaust system could be captured and used for growing food? Repurposing these two wasted products would be a game changer for reducing the carbon footprint of roadway...

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Australian Fires Boosted Co2—but Also Carbon-capturing Algae: Studies

Devastating Australian wildfires released twice as much climate-warming C02 than previously thought—but also triggered vast algae blooms thousands of miles away that may have soaked up significant extra carbon, according to studies published...

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Chevron (cvx) Joins Enterprise On Ccus Project To Cut Emission

Chevron Corporation’s CVX Chevron New Energies division along with the subsidiary of the leading midstream energy player in North America, Enterprise Products Partners L.P. EPD, has established a framework to explore and assess carbon dioxide...

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