Mining News: Technology evolves with CO2 emission cuts
United States boasts 28% of world’s known coal deposits; demand for greenhouse gas reductions spurs unprecedented research
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As researchers around the world strive to shrink the level of greenhouse gases pouring into the atmosphere from fossil fuel combustion and other sources, one aspect of the challenge is taking on new dimensions.
Coal has long been recognized as a dirty and deadly fuel. Researchers conducting autopsie....
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Industry wants to build on success
Curbs on CO2 emissions just beginning
Carbon capture and storage targeted
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