'Artificial forests' take root as way to pull CO2 from air
One man's effort in the 1990s to create an "artificial tree" to suck in and store accumulating, man-made emissions of carbon dioxide has morphed into the design of "artificial forests" that can do the job more efficiently and on a larger scale.
No 'Eureka!' Accidental discovery could cut CO2
GOLDEN, Colo. — When Lance Wheeler stumbled across what appears to be a partial solution to what the International Energy Agency calls "one of the most critical energy issues of our time," there was no eureka moment.
How odd bedfellows rescued carbon capture
Political strategists have built an odd but durable alliance that is pioneering ways for U.S. companies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. The uphill battle was born from the collapse of legislation in 2010 to cap carbon dioxide.
Oil giants fight skeptic rep with 'practical' fix for CO2
Ten of the world's biggest oil companies began addressing climate change collectively in 2014. Most American companies were not among them.
Oil majors see a climate threat — to their bottom line
In 2016, Royal Dutch Shell PLC, one of the largest oil and gas companies in the world, started a historic plunge into new businesses.