Capturing carbon

Costly power plant projects aim to mitigate climate change while still burning coal.

To reduce emissions of coal-fired power plants, carbon capture and storage (CCS) facilities collect carbon waste and trap it underground. A project in Kemper, Mississippi, set to begin operations in 2016, will be the first large-scale plant with CCS in the United States.
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