Carbon-rich molecules were detected in samples collected from Enceladus’ ocean—yet another indicator that it could host microbial life.
If we put another 310 gigatons of carbon into the ocean by 2100, which we’re well on track to do, we enter “unknown territory.”
Researchers have injected carbon dioxide into basalt and turned it into solid rock in two years. This effort offers a potential solution for curbing the high carbon gas emissions in our atmosphere.
Stronger plants could make for a carbon sequestration strategy within reach of everyone.
Green architect William McDonough offers a new manifesto for carbon.
Clostridium thermocellum can metabolize CO2.