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Carbon Capture Closer to a Commercial Reality

Why capturing—and reusing—carbon gas could prove more important than rolling out more renewables.

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Global CO2 Emissions Stall, Helped by Shale

Fracking is keeping American (and global) greenhouse gas emissions down.

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Nuclear Power Ascendant in Asia

Smart environmentalists should be thrilled.

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Robot Crews Could Make Shipping Greener

International shipping makes up more than 2 percent of global emissions, but crewless ships could help bring that number down.

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Can Recycling Carbon Solve Climate Change?

Researchers are looking at ways to recycle carbon—potentially as a new fuel—to make its capture more profitable.

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The Great Global Decoupling Has Already Begun

Here’s a dose of great green news: global economic growth is decoupling from emissions.

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Did Emissions Take a Dip This Year?

New research says global greenhouse gas emissions may have dropped 0.6 percent this year.

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Converting the Sultan

Pope Francis visits Egypt at a difficult time for the Christians of the Middle East.

WRM Elsewhere

WRM speaks on the theological underpinnings of American foreign policy.

Policy Shop

The Administration should hold the line on eliminating state and local tax deduction.

Feeding the Future

A wary Chinese public is rejecting GM crops.

Higher Education Watch

University administrations have leaned too far over their skis in an effort to win more guilty findings.

Asia's Game of Thrones

Don’t expect a tough line on Beijing to come out of this year’s summit.

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