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Skyonic to capture carbon from coal in baking soda

As an alternative to pumping CO2 underground, a Texas project will use flue gases from burning coal as ingredients to make baking soda and other industrial chemicals.

By April 23, 2010


Companies to watch in green tech: Recycling

If it smells, it sells. That could be the motto for a new wave of business efforts looking for good, new ways to use old stuff.

By April 21, 2008


Another carbon sequestration idea: Turn it into chalk

Carbon Sciences says it can transform the ubiquitous greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into a harmless solid fairly cheaply. We shall see.

By February 20, 2008


Alberta to invest big in carbon capture

The Canadian province is going to be one of the first to pay big bucks to bury its fumes.

By January 25, 2008


FAQ: All about coal--a necessary evil

Coal is probably a fact of life. The problem is how to burn it. We answer some of questions surrounding the fuel and how scientists might make it more eco-friendly. Photos: Coal addiction

By December 3, 2007


Can baking soda curb global warming?

A start-up in Texas says it can turn the carbon dioxide emitted by power plants into baking soda. Photos: Fumes turned baking soda

By November 27, 2007