10 May '11, 12pm

Doubts Raised on Capturing Carbon From the Air: A study estimates that it would cost at least $600 a ton to capt...

Doubts Raised on Capturing Carbon From the Air By THE NEW YORK TIMES A new study questions whether removing carbon dioxide from the earth’s ambient air will ever be an economically viable tool for arresting global warming, John Collins Rudolf reports . The report drew criticism from some scientists, however.

Full article: http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/05/10/doubts-raised-o...

Tweets

Capturing CO2 from the air remains cost-prohibi...

e360.yale.edu 11 May '11, 1am

10 May 2011: Capturing CO2 from the Air Remains Cost-Prohibitive, Study Says Systems designed to remove carbon dioxide fro...

A Critique of Barton's Air Quality Claims

green.blogs.nytimes.com 11 May '11, 1am

In March, the Environmental Protection Agency, acting under court order, proposed the first national standard for emission...