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  • Foxall, W., and Friedmann, S. J., 2008, Frequently Asked Questions About Carbon Sequestration and Earthquakes. LLNL-BR-408445. Link
  • Environmental Foundation Bellona, Aage Stangeland, “Why CO2 Capture and Storage is an Important Strategy to Reduce Global CO2 Emissions,” September (2007). Link
  • The Global Energy Technology Strategy Program, JA Edmonds, MA Wise, JJ Dooley, SH Kim, SJ Smith, PJ Runci, LE Clarke, EL Malone, and GM Stokes, “Global Energy Technology Strategy:  Addressing Climate Change, Phase 2 Findings from an International Public-Private Sponsored Research Program,” May (2007). Link
  • Socolow, Robert H. and Stephen Pacala, “A Plan to Keep Carbon in Check” Scientific American, September (2006). Link
  • Hawkins, David, Daniel Lashof, and Robert Williams, “What to Do,” Scientific American, September (2006). Link
  • The Global Energy Technology Strategy Program, JJ Dooley, RT Dahowski, CL Davidson, MA Wise, N Gupta, SH Kim, and EL Malone, “Carbon Dioxide Capture and Geologic Storage:  A Core Element of a Global Energy Technology Strategy to Address Climate Change,” April (2006). Link
  • Socolow, Robert H., “Can We Bury Global Warming?” Scientific American, July (2005). Link
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Arnie Heller, “Locked in Rock: Sequestering Carbon,”   Science & Technology Review, May (2005). Link
  • Socolow, Robert H, Roberta Hotinski, Jeffery B. Greenblatt, and Stephen Pacala, “Solving the Climate Problem:  Technologies Available to Curb CO2 Emissions,” Environment, Volume 46, No. 10: 8-19, December (2004). Link


  • Burton, Elizabeth A., Richard Myhre, Larry Myer, and Kelly Birkinshaw, Geologic Carbon Sequestration Strategies for California, The Assembly Bill 1925 Report to the California Legislature. California Energy Commission, Systems Office. CEC-500-2007-100-SF. November (2007). Link
  • National Energy Technology Laboratory and the U.S. Department of Energy, “Carbon Sequestration Technology Roadmap and Program Plan 2007,” (2007). Link
  • Congressional Research Service, Paul W. Parfomak, “CRS Report for Congress:  CO2 Pipelines for Carbon Sequestration:  Emerging Policy Issues,” April (2007). Link
  • Congressional Research Service, Peter Folger, “CRS Report for Congress:  Direct Carbon Sequestration:  Capturing and Storing CO2,” January (2007). Link


  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “The Future of Coal: an Interdisciplinary MIT Study,” (2007). Link
  • MIT Laboratory for Energy and the Environment, Howard Herzog and Dan Golomb, “Carbon Capture and Storage from Fossil Fuel Use,” (2004). Link


  • Guidelines for Carbon Dioxide Capture, Transport, and Storage Link

    The World Resources Institute (WRI) convened a diverse group of over 80 stakeholders to develop Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage (CCS) Guidelines to ensure CCS projects are conducted safely and effectively. Link

  • World Wildlife Fund Position Paper, “Carbon Capture and Storage from Fossil Fuels”. Link
  • Center for American Progress, Ken Berlin and Robert M. Sussman, “Global Warming and the Future of Coal:  The Path to Carbon Capture and Storage,” May (2007). Link
  • American Public Power Association, L.D. Carter, “Carbon Capture and Storage From Coal-based Power Plants:  A White Paper on Technology for the American Public Power Association,” May (2007). Link
  • Natural Resources Defense Council, David Hawkins and George Peridas, “No Time Like the Present: NRDC’s Response to MIT’s ‘Future of Coal’ Report,” March (2007). Link


  • CO2 Capture Project – Non-technical Reports and Brochures

    Reports prepared by the CO2 Capture Project, a partnership of eight of the world’s leading energy companies and three government organisations undertaking research and developing technologies to help make CO2 capture and geological storage (CCS) a practical reality. Link

  • CO2 Capture and Geological Storage In Depth: Some Key Principles for Policymakers – May 2008

    Provides an overview of the technology being developed to capture CO2 from power stations and industrial processes, and safely store it underground. The brochure also summarises the CO2 Capture Project’s position on the regulatory framework for CSS, and incentives to promote adoption of CSS technology to combat climate change. Link

  • Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, “IPCC Special Report on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage, Summary for Policy Makers and Technical Summary,” IPCC, (2005). Link
  • IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme, “Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide:  Staying Safely Underground,” International Energy Agency, January (2008). Link
  • IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme, “Natural Releases of CO2,” International Energy Agency. Link
  • IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme, “A Review of Natural CO2 Occurrences and Releases and the Relevance to CO2 Storage,”  International Energy Agency, Report Number 2005/8, September (2005). Link
  • IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme, “Storing CO2 Underground,” International Energy Agency. Link


  • International Energy Agency Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme Newsletter, Link
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  • “The Carbon Sequestration Newsletter,” National Energy Technology Laboratory. Link
  • Carbon Capture Journal – News oriented web site with email newsletter. Link

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