The IEA is using unrealistic assumptions about emissions and CCS to keep coal and oil in the picture.
Coalition’s “clean coal” plant would be costlier and dirtier than alternatives, and on top of that would require billions of dollars of government indemnities and guarantees.
What exactly is biological carbon capture and sequestration, and is it any sort of a viable climate fix? Reasonable questions, so here are some answers…
WCA face an impossible challenge of persuading governments they have a coherent strategy for addressing global warming.
According to CTI, over $2 trillion of new and existing investment is in danger of being wasted over the coming decade if governments and companies don’t take action to divert investments away from fossil fuels.
The crisis engulfing SaskPower’s CCS plant has implications that will reach all the way from the Canadian province of Saskatchewan to the Paris climate conference.
Ad wars: Mining lobby talks up “endless possibilities” of coal, including ability to “slash” emissions, while Alan Jones launches keep out campaign of his own.
Kemper CCS is two years behind schedule and $4.4 billion more expensive than the original estimate, and its owner is facing financial problems