Scientists in the United States have created a new porous material that has a high capacity for capturing carbon dioxide.
The procedure is usually expensive and energy intensive, but this time scientists say it is relatively low cost and it may be useful to capture emissions from coal-fired power stations.
Australian experts say it is a fundamental advance, but is still many years away from practical application.

Scientists in the United States have created a new porous material that has a high capacity for capturing carbon dioxide.

The procedure is usually expensive and energy intensive, but this time scientists say it is relatively low cost and it may be useful to capture emissions from coal-fired power stations.

Australian experts say it is a fundamental advance, but is still many years away from practical application.

2 years ago Via abc.net.au