Climate Change

March 13, 2018

Can Algae Really Do CCU? Status and Potential of Biological Carbon Capture and Use (CCU)

Heralded by proponents, dismissed by naysayers, algae may not cure our carbon conundrum but could be a key enabler for carbon capture and use (CCU). Join speaker Matt Carr, Algae Biomass Organization executive director, in Washington, DC for this afternoon event.

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"Interior: Climate Skeptic Oversaw Sprawling Review Of Agency Policy"

"A longtime federal employee who sees 'good news' in rising greenhouse gases was tasked early in the Trump administration with retooling the Interior Department's public positions on climate change, according to documents released under the Freedom of Information Act."

Source: ClimateWire, 03/09/2018

Trump Official Slams USGS Scientists For Documenting Glacier Shrinkage

"A U.S. Geological Survey study documenting how climate change has “dramatically reduced” glaciers in Montana came under fire from high-level Interior Department government officials in May, according to a batch of newly released records under the Freedom of Information Act, as they questioned federal scientists’ description of the decline. "

Source: Washington Post, 03/08/2018

Sun Doesn’t Shine at Trump Environmental Agencies

There’s little cause to celebrate upcoming Sunshine Week for those who cover Trump administration environmental agencies. The latest WatchDog catalogues how the EPA has adopted a secretive approach and displays frequent hostility to the news media, including with a troubling series of attacks on individual journalists.

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