University of Sheffield professor of chemical engineering and chemistry Peter Styring explains to BusinessGreen how Unilever's new commitment could spur public understanding and government support for a transition away from fossil fuel derived chemicals...
Leading researchers and campaigners express concern that geoengineering research could be used as an excuse not to reduce CO2 emissions
Governments must decide who is responsible for capturing carbon and incentivise the technology's adoption on a 'gigatonne scale', warn Norwegian scientists
BECCS technologies have been touted as a means of avoiding the worst impacts of climate change, but as James Dyke argues the costs of deployment would likely be gargantuan in scale
Research programme will send aerosol injections into the earth's upper atmosphere to study the risks and benefits of a future solar tech-fix for climate change
Scientists have used Google's quantum computer to simulate a molecule for the first time - the first step towards unlocking a future powered by vitamin batteries and liquid solar fuels
New study shows captured CO2 has an inherent chemical fingerprint depending on its source, making it easier to ensure gas is safely stored