Though important, there are trade-offs to achieving the UN’s sustainable development goals when it comes to carbon capture and utilization.
The direct electrolysis of seawater to make hydrogen has been shown in a lab-scale demonstration.
With a fossil fuel–derived climate catastrophe on our doorstep, many see ammonia as a possible alternative fuel source.
With varying climate conditions around the world, where are the most cost-effective locations to deploy direct air capture facilities?
It was believed that MOFs were a purely synthetic construct, but discoveries of natural examples have shaken this perception.
With climate change, the weaponization of energy, lower satellite launch costs, incentives to harness space-based solar power are on the horizon.
Hydrogen fuel alternatives are expected to help combat climate change, but what are the impacts of hydrogen emissions?
Direct air capture can find its roots in antiquity and will be a major technology for the future.
Molten salts are renowned for operating at high temperatures and are ideal as a new generation of carbon capture media.
A new carbon capture technique called supercapacitive swing adsorption separates carbon dioxide from gaseous mixtures in the air and industrial flue gases.