Drax power plant could stop your beer going flat

Carbon dioxide emissions from the facility could soon be captured and used to put the fizz in beer

‘Turning CO2 into useful products will incentivise decarbonisation’

A $4.5m University of Michigan scheme aims to cut annual atmospheric carbon dioxide emissions by a tenth before 2030

Scientists be-leaf fern could prove key to trapping carbon

Scientists say the Azolla filiculoides fern could be used as a carbon sink to help balance out the Earth’s atmosphere

UK must act now to deliver low cost carbon capture technology, says taskforce

It is urgently calling for a policy framework and criteria early next year

Transport and agriculture ‘pose problems’ for European emissions reduction

The European Environment Agency (EEA) says ammonia emissions from farming continued to rise in 2016

Competition to cut shipping’s carbon emissions sets off from port

Cargill aims to find and scale new technologies capable of reducing a ship’s greenhouse gas emissions by 10%

London-listed firm applies for leases to drill for… CO2?

The carbon dioxide will primarily be used by the oil and gas industry to extract underground oil deposits from depleted wells

Global food waste treatment ‘could slash emissions by equivalent of all EU cars’

The World Biogas Association says anaerobic digestion can recycle inedible food waste into clean heat and power, transport fuel and fertilisers

Efficiency of electrifying heat ‘must be accurately assessed’

A new report suggests this is necessary to inform consumers about the real efficiency of electric heaters

Tesco sticks 13% carbon savings in its basket

The supermarket giant is working towards becoming a zero-carbon business by 2050