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Costa Rica Pens Potential $2 Billion Green Hydrogen Investment

On the third anniversary of the Costa Rica government’s National Decarbonization Plan President Carlos Alvarado signed a proposal to produce green hydrogen here in...

French town sets precedent for life after coal

Recycling has made Loos-en-Gohelle the center of research and development both in new materials and in new processes.

Can a Canadian firm pull carbon from air to make fuel?

Carbon Engineering, backed by Bill Gates and other investors, unveiled a test facility able to extract carbon dioxide from the atmosphere using giant fans.

Costa Rica recognizes first carbon-neutral banana company

Finca San Pablo General Manager Geraldo Mora said the banana farm shrunk its carbon footprint mainly by reducing its use of nitrogen-based fertilizers in favor of natural ones; reducing electricity consumption in its packing facility; and improving efficiency in transporting its product to the port in Limón.

The tiny fish that captures more carbon than the rain forest

In a world searching for ways to achieve carbon sequestration to remove it from the atmosphere, it is almost incredible that these tiny lantern fish sink far more carbon than all of the world’s forests combined.

International study finds last year among hottest on record

Four international agencies reported the global average temperature was 0.2 to 0.21 Celsius (0.36 to 0.38 Fahrenheit) above the 1981 to 2010 average, making 2013 the second- to sixth-warmest year ever.

Let the gas prices climb, but give us electric cars

If the price of gas goes down, none of us will do anything to change.

Scientists from 15 countries study deep carbon sources in Costa Rica

The interior of the Earth has large unexplored sources of carbon, and a group of 35 scientists are meeting at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) Thursday to share the latest advances and research on the subject.

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