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Wind Energy Beats Nuclear and Carbon Capture for Global Warming Mitigation - CleanTechnica

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Wind Energy Beats Nuclear and Carbon Capture for Global Warming Mitigation
CleanTechnica
And there's another myth related to carbon capture and sequestration being more significant than renewables that has to be assessed as well. China is the true test bed for maximum scalability of nuclear vs wind. It has a tremendous gap between demand ...

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Sequestering Carbon, Helping Pollinators Along Our Highways - SustainableBusiness.com

Mon, 07/28/2014 - 16:56

Sequestering Carbon, Helping Pollinators Along Our Highways
SustainableBusiness.com
As I drive between New York and Maine each summer, I look along the sides of highways, thankful for the wildflowers and native plants I see, and nauseated by the increasing presence of oriental bittersweet - which is creating walls of vines where there ...

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Roadside Shrubs Could Sink Carbon Pollution - Scientific American

Mon, 07/28/2014 - 13:46

Scientific American

Roadside Shrubs Could Sink Carbon Pollution
Scientific American
Road banks and berms, in other words, could be managed as valuable "banks" for carbon sequestration. "We're talking millions of acres," says biologist Rob Ament, of the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University, who led a recent ...
Your next roadside attraction: Carbon storageMother Nature Network
Sequestering Carbon, Helping Pollinators Along Our HighwaysSustainableBusiness.com

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Your next roadside attraction: Carbon storage - Mother Nature Network

Mon, 07/28/2014 - 11:24

Mother Nature Network

Your next roadside attraction: Carbon storage
Mother Nature Network
The plants that best capture carbon – trees – would not be a good choice for the areas closest to roads, because of the obvious safety hazard. But plenty of low woody shrubs and other planting and soil management steps would boost carbon storage, said ...
Roadside Shrubs Could Sink Carbon PollutionScientific American
Sequestering Carbon, Helping Pollinators Along Our HighwaysSustainableBusiness.com

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Your next roadside attraction: Carbon storage - Mother Nature Network

Mon, 07/28/2014 - 11:24

Mother Nature Network

Your next roadside attraction: Carbon storage
Mother Nature Network
The plants that best capture carbon – trees – would not be a good choice for the areas closest to roads, because of the obvious safety hazard. But plenty of low woody shrubs and other planting and soil management steps would boost carbon storage, said ...

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Roadside Land Offers Huge Carbon Storage Potential - Climate Central

Sun, 07/27/2014 - 08:31

Roadside Land Offers Huge Carbon Storage Potential
Climate Central
"We're talking millions of acres," says biologist Rob Ament, of the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University, who led a recent study to gauge carbon storage potential on just a fraction of that real estate – roadsides on federal lands.

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