The largest direct carbon capture plant is now making a small impact on emissionsIt could take a long time for these plants to make a difference.
High Hopes plans to extract atmospheric CO2 with hot air balloonsBalloons will carry equipment to freeze and trap carbon dioxide.
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Elon Musk's $100 million carbon capture XPrize competition starts todayFifteen teams aim for "carbon negativity, not neutrality" with a $50 million first prize.
Elon Musk announces $100 million prize for new carbon capture techIt would be his single largest philanthropic effort to date.
Scientists turn CO2 into jet fuelIt could lead to net zero emissions for air travel.
Ford sets 2050 target for carbon neutralityIt's the latest company to announce its green intentions.
Atmospheric CO2 hits a record high while emissions dropLower emissions haven't affected what’s already up there.
AI can help find more places to store captured CO2 undergroundThe tech maps underground structures using 'hidden' earthquake vibrations.
Researchers develop E. coli strain that 'eats' carbon-dioxideSomething to chew on over your thanksgiving dinner.
Honda will offset 60 percent of its US electricity use with wind and solarThe company says it's the largest renewable energy purchase by any automaker.
Current CO2 emissions will heat up the Earth by more than 1.5˚CWe could be on track to increase global temperatures by 2˚C.
Fast delivery may negate the environmental benefits of online shoppingAll those small deliveries add up to more emissions.
CO2 levels are the highest since humanity beganThe last time Earth hit 415 ppm, sea levels were 82 feet higher.
Is it time we gave nuclear power another chance?Clean, green and capable of powering an energy-hungry future... right?
Etsy will offset its sellers' carbon emissions free of chargeFor every item purchased, Etsy will buy emissions reductions to offset the impact of shipping.
Amazon wants half of its shipments to be carbon-neutral by 2030Pollution linked to Amazon's data centers remains a real problem.
Fiat Chrysler settles with US over diesel emissions cheatingIt could pay upward of $800 million, even though it's not admitting guilt.
US saw the largest increase in CO2 emissions in almost a decadeA cold winter and a lack of clean energy policies didn't help.
Self-repairing material plucks carbon from the airIt's borrowing a cue from plants.