Carbon piracy is the unethical and exploitative practices of some carbon offsetting projects. It can harm indigenous communities, the environment, and accountability. Be sure to research and choose reputable projects when investing in carbon offsetting.
Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) is a controversial technology that could either be the key to net zero emissions or just a distraction. Learn more about this technology and its potential to fight climate change.
Dive into the exciting world of clean energy and uncover the groundbreaking advancements and developments that are revolutionizing the way we power our world. From renewable sources to cutting-edge technologies, witness the incredible strides being made towards a sustainable and eco-friendly future.
CCS is seen as a critical technology for mitigating climate change, as it can potentially capture up to 90% of carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. Today we explore what it is, how it’s done, and the main benefits, challenges, opportunities, and potential future of this nascent industry.
In September 2021, the Swiss company Climeworks opened the first carbon capture plant in Iceland. Named Orca after the Icelandic word for energy, this plant permanently removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and securely stores it underground.This technology has exciting implications for environmental health and sustainable industry.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Orca carbon capture plant.
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