What have you heard about clean coal? That it involves vats of liquid carbon dioxide annexed away underground? That it's dangerous? That it's never been done before? In an exclusive interview, Scientific American's energy and environmental editor David Biello sits down with The Takeaway to chat about the technology formally known as "carbon capture and sequestration" ("CCS"), carbon balloons, and carbon geysers— the newest Old Faithfuls.
Check out more of what Biello has to say on Scientific American
, where he did a week's worth of carbon capture and sequestration coverage.
And for more coverage of what a "new energy economy" will look like, check out The Takeaway's Power Trip
clean energy series.