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Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a gas implicated in climate change that is emitted through a variety of human activities. An innovative approach for reducing the input of CO2 into the atmosphere is through capturing manmade CO2 from large stationary emitters such as power plants, cement plants, and paper mills and permanently storing it deep underground – a process referred to as carbon capture and storage (CCS). The Carbon Tech Alliance’s mission is to be a leader of high-quality CCS education while providing effective training and content to the future CCS workforce, those in related fields, and any others interested in understanding how CCS can be applied. Test
Deploying CCS technologies in commercial-scale applications will require a drastically expanded workforce (including geologists, engineers, scientists, and technicians) trained in CCS specialties. The Carbon Tech Alliance serves as a western U.S. and Canada regional training center designed to educate stakeholders through lecturers, specialized short courses, symposiums, and conference
Lecturers and attendees of the "Fundamentals of CO2 Capture & Storage" course describe why they were interested in attending, and discuss their ideas about the future of CO2 Capture & Storage.
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Keep up with the latest developments in CO2 Capture and Storage. Posts include news about national and international research, projects, and policy.
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