Archive for the ‘Carbon Capture’ Category
John Healey: Removing red tape in move towards a low-carbon future – Corporate – Communities and Local Government
Thursday, November 19th, 2009
John Healey: Removing red tape in move towards a low-carbon future – Corporate – Communities and Local Government: “Removing red tape in move towards a low-carbon future
Published 17 November 2009
Housing and Planning Minister John Healey has today launched measures to cut carbon emissions by overhauling the planning system.
In proposals published today for consultation, homeowners, developers […]
Thursday, August 27th, 2009
Report from Institute of Mechanical Engineers calls for £10m to develop geo-engineering ideas that would be ‘an integral part’ of the solution to global warming
Artificial trees and tubes of algae on the sides of buildings could absorb most of the UK’s annual carbon dioxide emissions, according to a report from engineers that will be circulated […]
Tuesday, June 30th, 2009
The Guardian reports that Chinese firm behind ambitious plan to breed microalgae in greenhouse with the potential to absorb carbon emissions.
The garish gunk coursing through a greenhouse filled with transparent pipes appears to belong on the set of a particularly slimy episode of Star Trek.
Multiplying rapidly as it flows through tubes, stacked 14 high in […]