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By Sam Gindin and Leo Panitch $29.95
Climate change has intensified more slowly than scientists expected because the continents and oceans are absorbing more atmospheric carbon dioxide.
American scientists say they are making progress with carbon capture and storage, a process that would help render harmless the chief greenhouse gas.
Engineering for Change (CC BY-SA 2.0)
Researchers say “one of the most common [biological] processes on Earth” is also “one of the most promising means of extracting atmospheric carbon dioxide” on a scale potentially large enough to reduce the risk of catastrophic global warming.
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Posted on May 28, 2015
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