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Take This Carbon and Sell It: Canadians Show Us How to Cash in on Carbon Capture and Storage

Jim Krane

Take This Carbon and Sell It: Canadians Show Us How to Cash in on Carbon Capture and Storage.

China and the United States could learn some useful lessons from studying the adoption of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology in Saskatchewan, Canada, writes Jim Krane. By capturing, storing and selling carbon, Saskatchewan's coal-fired power plant Boundary Dam managed to make coal, the dirtiest of the fossil fuels, become the cleanest.

Read "Take This Carbon and Sell It: Canadians Show Us How to Cash in on Carbon Capture and Storage" in the Dec. 15, 2014, Forbes blog.