Promising carbon capture project receives UK government funding.
Two reports published in the US look seriously at the practicalities and responsibilities of altering the ocean to tackle the climate crisis.
The case for optimism post COP26.
The world’s largest direct air CO2 capture and storage plant has opened in Iceland.
The UK government wants a green industrial revolution.
Deep Branch is turning CO2 into animal feed.
Protecting and restoring mangrove swamps, salt marshes, seagrass meadows and kelp forests would halt biodiversity loss and soak up carbon emissions.
Ten climate trends that will dominate this decade.
Why technology will be green in the future.