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Let’s end Australia’s climate and energy warfare, Albanese tells Morrison

Anthony Albanese has dumped Labor’s former backing of Malcolm Turnbull’s national energy guarantee and opened the door for taxpayer support for carbon capture and storage technologies, in a major overture to Scott Morrison to reach bipartisan agreement on energy policy….

Making sense of climate scenarios: Toolkit for decision-makers launched

(Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)) To make climate scenarios work for decision-makers, an international team of researchers developed a comprehensive interactive online platform. It is the first of its kind to provide the tools to use those scenarios — from climate impacts to mitigation and energy options — to a broader public beyond science.

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CARBON CAPTURE: Treasury helps CCS — and maybe oil drillers too

Supporters of carbon capture and storage last week lauded a Treasury Department proposed guidance that they said would allow companies an alternative pathway to prove eligibility for a key CCS tax credit while ensuring integrity of carbon accounting.

Why Is The Australian Govt Leaving A Carbon-Tax Back Door Open?

As part of the ABC’s climate conspiracy agenda, Four Corners this week highlighted the “anger” at the government from the senior mandarins from its failure to deliver their goal of a carbon tax. Their preferred approach was notwithstanding the tax…

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Global warming: The world can capture enough carbon dioxide to avert dangerous climate change, research reveals – inews

NewsEnvironment New estimates suggest just 2,700 gigatonnes of carbon will need to be stored underground to meet global climate targets Thursday, 21st May 2020, 11:30 am Updated Thursday, 21st May 2020, 1:31 pm Carbon capture and storage involves trapping CO2…

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Emissions from road construction could be halved using today’s technology

The construction sector accounts for a quarter of carbon dioxide emissions, in Sweden and globally. Researchers studied the construction of an eight km stretch of road and calculated how emissions could be reduced now and by 2045, looking at everything from materials choice, production technology, supply chains and transport.