Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS), Negative Carbon Emissions

Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage and the UNFCCC    What is Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)?

Climate capture technology could be vital for climate targets    Concrete jungle functions as carbon sink

Exploring the fate of the Earth's storehouse of carbon

Best practices for terrestrial sequestration of CO2    How carbon gets absorbed deep underground 

CO2 can be stored underground for 10 times the length needed to avoid climactic impact

Ancient rocks yield facts on CO2 storage    CO2 stored underground can find multiple ways to escape

Sequestration on shaky ground    Global learning is needed to save CCS from being abandoned

Simulation of CCS method helps combat climate change, boost energy supply

Scientists poke holes in CO2 sequestration    Coal should stay in the ground

Carbon Sequestration - Frequently Asked Questions Information Portal

Carbon sequestration options in the international climate regime

Computer model pinpoints prime materials for efficient carbon capture

Closing the carbon loop: new catalyst identified that advances capture and conversion of CO2

New set of computational tools and models enable development of carbon capture technologies    

A Clearer Picture of Carbon Sequestration    Carbon capture breakthrough

Turning CO2 into rock, and burying it     Finding ideal materials for carbon capture

Carbon sequestration in soil: the potential underfoot    Buckyballs enhance carbon capture

Significance for secure CO2 storage of earthquakes induced by fluid injections

On scale and magnitude of pressure build-up induced by large-scale geologic storage of CO2

Finding the Goldilocks sites to store CO2 underground     Subsurface energy footprints

Geologic CO2 Storage Research    More Promising Natural Gas Storage?

Cost and Performance of Carbon Dioxide Capture from Power Generation

CO2 mineral sequestration: developments towards large-scale application

Storing CO2 underground by turning it into rock

Pulling CO2 from air vital to curb global warming     'Solar Sponge' soaks up CO2 emissions         

Ocean-based CCS:

Industrial age helps some coastal regions capture CO2

Ocean crust pillow lava could store many centuries of industrial CO2

Deep-sea bacteria could help neutralize green house gas    Can CO2 be safely stored offshore?

Bacteria play an important role in the long term storage of carbon in the ocean        

CO2 sequestration technique that produces 'supergreen' hydrogen fuel, offsets ocean acidification 

Other CCS methods:

Carbon, fossil fuel, and biodiversity mitigation with wood and forests 

Atmospheric carbon dioxide used for energy storage products

Tiny carbon-capturing motors may help tackle rising CO2 levels

Ca looping technology: current status, developments and future directions

The urgency of the development of CO2 capture from ambient air    Enabling direct carbon capture

Going negative: removal of CO2 from the atmosphere     Artificial lung to remove CO2 from smoke stacks

Liquid fuel producers and direct CO2 air capture    Direct air capture of CO2 with chemicals

New family of chemical structures can effectively remove CO2 from gas mixtures

Methane out, CO2 in?    A trap for greenhouse gas

Can we turn unwanted carbon into electricity?

Are ants the answer to CO2 sequestration?

Regional Programs:

Storing carbon in the Arctic    In a first, Iceland power plants turn carbon emissions to stone

CCS in the EU    

Canadian firm opens facility to pull carbon from the air

The US Midwest Geological Sequestration Consortium    MIT's CCS pprogram

The system-wide economics of CO2 capture, utilization and storage network:Texas Gulf Coast with pure CO2-EOR flood

Australia unveils CCS plant    The Otway (Victoria) Research Facility

List of Commercial Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects

Negative Carbon Emissions:

Assessment report from the GCEP Workshop on energy supply with negative carbon emissions

Chemists create molecular 'leaf' that collects and stores solar power without solar panels

Crystalization method offers new option for carbon capyure from ambient air

New biochar model scrubs CO2 from the atmosphere 

Engineering a more efficient system for harnessing CO2

Research prioritis for negative emissions