ACS Central Science interviews Dr. Lively & Dr. Jones regarding CO2 capture and sequestration.

At Saskatchewan’s Boundary Dam power plant, not far from the U.S. border with North Dakota, one of its generating units burns some 800,000 tons of coal each year to provide about 139 MW of electricity to businesses and homes in the region. But since late 2014, the carbon dioxide produced by that burning has had a new fate: Instead of flitting up...[read more]