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Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)

 The CO2 storage capacity of areas favorable for CCS in the United States amounts to 150 x 1015 g of CO2—equivalent to about 25 years of our emissions at current levels.

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Natural Gas or Coal: It’s all about the leak rate.

Environmental advocates face a dilemma with respect to natural gas

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Energy Sprawl

Renewables have many advantages, but lessening the impact of energy provision on natural habitat does not appear to be among them.

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