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How To Scale Up Carbon Capture And Storage
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How To Scale Up Carbon Capture And Storage

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is starting to happen. A plethora of CCS projects has emerged in the last year, large and small in scope, in upstream and LNG, as well as energy-intensive industries beyond the oil and gas value chain including the power, steel, cement and fertilizer sectors.

Solar Power Booms in Georgia, Where It Isn’t Mandated
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Solar Power Booms in Georgia, Where It Isn’t Mandated

"The state went from having virtually no solar industry a decade ago to ranking ninth nationwide in installed solar capacity this year, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association. Solar has flourished in Georgia as tech companies such as Facebook Inc. FB 1.11% look to locate facilities near cheap renewable-energy sources and rural communities turn to solar farms to create tax revenues and jobs."

Lithium fuels hopes for revival on California’s largest lake
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Lithium fuels hopes for revival on California’s largest lake

"Owners of 11 existing geothermal plants around the lake’s southern shores are retooling for lithium and possibly other brine minerals instead of building from scratch. Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Energy Co. has state and federal grants for lithium demonstration projects and says it could begin construction for commercial operations in 2024."

How fusion power will make the Green New Deal obsolete
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How fusion power will make the Green New Deal obsolete

"Bernie Sanders, AOC, and the rest of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party will likely revolt against a private sector approach to climate change. Their entire identity has centered on big government. But, with certain exceptions (the Apollo program comes to mind), that approach only leads to frustration and waste."

Cargill aims to connect farmers to carbon offset buyers
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Cargill aims to connect farmers to carbon offset buyers

"With RegenConnect, Cargill has effectively decided to create its own branded marketplace instead of partnering with an outside firm. It remains to be seen whether other large food companies active on sustainability, such as Danone and General Mills, will follow Cargill’s lead and create their own marketplaces."

September 30, 2021October 4, 2021Around the Web in Economics
Otis the bear crowned chunk champion in Alaska’s Fat Bear Week
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Otis the bear crowned chunk champion in Alaska’s Fat Bear Week

"First documented at the falls in 2001, Otis was the inaugural Fat Bear champion, winning in 2014 when the event was held on a single day. He also took the 2016 and 2017 titles. The Katmai Conservancy has named a fundraising project after him; last year, the Otis Fund raised more than $230,000 for Katmai research, education and bear-protection projects."

How marsh grass protects shorelines
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How marsh grass protects shorelines

"Marsh plants, which are ubiquitous along the world’s shorelines, can play a major role in mitigating the damage to coastlines as sea levels rise and storm surges increase. Now, a new MIT study provides greater detail about how these protective benefits work under real-world conditions shaped by waves and currents."

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