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BBC News


Scientist hopes for CO2 storage. The war on climate change can only be won by burying CO2 emissions under ground, says the UK's Chief Scientist, Sir David King.


How coal is cleaning up its act. By Mark Kinver, BBC News science and nature reporter


Scientist hopes for CO2 storage. (*.wmv Video news footage) The process, which involves injecting harmful CO2 emissions into underground rock, is used in Algeria (In-Salah Project). Roger Harrabin reports.


Channel 4 News


Cleaner coal? Can coal make a comeback as an important part of the power mix thanks to new technologies that are allowing it to clean up its act? This report visits the Dakota Gasification Plant and follows the CO2 pipeline to the Weyburn Field. CO2 produced from the Dakota Gasification plant is being piped to Weyburn and used in an enhanced oil recovery project. (Click here for more information on the IEA GHG Weyburn Project).
Climate Change - Feeling the heat (list of articles from Channel 4 News)


New Scientist

Clean energy special: Going underground, by Emma Young. 3 September 2005, Magazine issue 2515





CO2 Capture & Storage

a central source of information on CO2 Capture and Storage Research, Development and Demonstration (R, D & D);

CO2 Emissions Database

IEA GHG's global database of large stationary point sources of CO2 emissions.


Research project investigating the sequestration of CO2 in an underground geological formation in Ketzin, Germany


European Network on CO2 Capture & Storage


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A carbon footprint calculator by BP
Clean coal technology: How it works (BBC)

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Climate Ark Climate Change Search Facility

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DTI's Energy and Environment Programme
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Energy Developments Ltd (Australia)

(U.S.) EPA Global Warming Web Site

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Federation Internationale de L'Automobile FIA

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Global Climate Change Digest
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Working Group II Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability

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Chevron Corporation

Christian Michelsen Research AS (Norway)

CRL Energy Ltd (New Zealand)

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Saskatchewan Energy and Mines
Shell International

TEKES (National Technology Agency of Finland)


US National Energy Technology Laboratory
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