Carbon Sciences Applauds House of Representatives' Approval of Climate Change Bill: As Greenhouse Gas Emissions Dominate National Agenda, CO2 Recycling Technology Emerges as Viable Alternative to Carbon Capture and Storage

Knox, Jon
July 2009
Automotive Industries;Jul2009, Vol. 189 Issue 7, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the support expressed by Carbon Sciences Inc. for the passing of a climate change bill in the U.S. that will change the energy landscape of the world. According to Byron Elton, chief executive officer (CEO) of Carbon Sciences, the American Clean Energy and Security Act aims to create jobs, increase energy security and reduce carbon emissions. Carbon Science is a developer of technology which recycles carbon dioxide emissions into gasoline and other portable fuels.


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