Tag: Iceland

October 31st, 2016|

Turning CO2 to Stone to Combat Climate Change

Lamont scientists have developed ways to relatively quickly turn carbon dioxide captured from power plants to a solid for long-term storage.

June 16th, 2016|

Putting CO2 Away for Good by Turning it Into Stone

In a recently published study, scientists demonstrated that two years after injecting CO2 underground at a pilot test site in Iceland, almost all of it has been converted into minerals.

June 9th, 2016|

In a First, Iceland Power Plant Turns CO2 Emissions to Stone

Scientists working at the power plant demonstrated how CO2 emissions pumped into the earth could be chemically changed to a solid within months.

At Iceland’s geothermal power plants, interdisciplinary teams work to eliminate carbon dioxide emissions. (Asgeir Eggertsson/CC-BY-SA-3.0)
April 14th, 2015|

In a Melting Iceland, Drilling Deep to Stem Climate Change

Iceland has seen fast-rising temperatures since the 1970s, and glaciers–a big source of runoff for hydropower–are visibly receding.