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New company aims to commercialize technology that makes charcoal from woody wastes, a method to improve soil and sequester carbon from the atmosphere.
To determine whether man-made charcoal, or biochar, can significantly cut carbon levels in the atmosphere, large-scale systems need to be tested, according to an NRDC analysis.
Some companies are developing techniques for making charcoal as a way to store carbon underground, but a group of conservationist warn against large-scale use.
Archipelago country vulnerable to rising seas partners with U.K.-based Carbon Gold to produce biochar from coconut shells.
New Zealand start-up invention makes biochar from captured carbon that can also be used as fuel.
Cool Planet Biofuels, a start-up that converts plant waste into biofuel, scores $8 million in funding via GE joint partnership with North Bridge Venture Partners. GE gets a seat on the board.
Why you shouldn't Google Jessica Biel, the details on Yahoo's latest acquisition, and a chat with CNET reporter Greg Sandoval about what's happening to The Pirate Bay.
In a report, the U.K.'s Institution of Mechanical Engineers concludes that artificial trees, algae-growing buildings, and white roofs offer the most promise.
This summer, the Gates Foundation will present hygienic innovations developed through its Reinventing the Toilet Challenge.
Time to assess different climate engineering approaches--be it injecting light-blocking particles in the atmosphere or artificial trees--say academics at an MIT symposium.