CCS closes four schools, three to remote learning

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH)–Columbus City Schools has canceled classes for four schools and moved three others to remote learning, Friday. Canceled classes due to heating Siebert Elementary School West Broad Elementary School Columbus City Preparatory School for Boys BlendED Pre-K through 8 program due to teachers and staff who typically work on-site at the Boys School. […]
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Neural networks can identify carbon dioxide in seismic observations

The removal of carbon dioxide (CO2) from Earth's atmosphere is a promising tool in the fight to counteract climate change. So-called carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) uses mechanical and chemical techniques to remove CO2 from the air, concentrate it, and inject it underground for long-term storage. Although CCS currently represents a tiny fraction of climate change mitigation efforts, it may grow in importance in coming decades.

Fiat 500: long-term test review

The 500 continues to impress; it’s effortless to drive, while a lot of thought has clearly gone into its overall design. The charging issues we encountered can’t be blamed on the car, but the problem is exacerbated by the 500 struggling to match its urban efficiency while travelling at motorway speeds.

Samsung Wins Approval for Carbon Capture System for LNG-Fueled Vessels

South Korea’s Samsung Heavy Industries working in conjunction with Panasia, an eco-friendly and energy system company, reports that it has developed and is testing a system that can provide an economical solution to carbon capture and storage aboard a broad range of vessels. They report that the system designed for conventionally fueled vessels also applies to LNG. providing they believe a commercial advantage in meeting the IMO’s carbon emission regulations and future demand for LNG-fueled ships.

JAPEX and Petronas to jointly study CCS in Malaysia

Japan Petroleum Exploration (JAPEX) has agreed to conduct a joint study for CO2 capture and storage (CCS) in Malaysia with the country’s national energy company Petronas. Therefore, the parties signed a memorandum of understanding on 27 January 2022. In the joint study, they will conduct an investigation of suitable...

PGS: Seismic market weaker in 2021, but gradually recovering

Norway-based Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS) has reported an almost $6 million decrease in segment revenues in 2021 compared to 2020 due to, as the company says, the overall seismic market being “weaker”. Segment revenues and other income reached $590 million in 2021, compared to $595.9 million in 2020, which...

BNEF: global investment in low-carbon energy transition hit $755B in 2021; up 27% from 2020; electrified transport grew the fastest

In 2021, global investment in the low-carbon energy transition totaled $755 billion, up 27% from $595 billion in 2020 and just $264 billion in 2011, according to Energy Transition Investment Trends 2022, a new report published by research firm BloombergNEF (BNEF). This figure includes investment in projects—such as renewables, storage, charging infrastructure, hydrogen production, nuclear, recycling and CCS—as well as end-user purchases of low-carbon energy devices, such as small-scale solar systems, heat pumps and zero-emission vehicles.
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Women found local Moms for Liberty chapter after parting ways with Unify Carmel

One of the founders of Unify Carmel has parted ways with the controversial group to help lead another organization with a broader vision and different methods of pursuing it. Paige Miller, a retired Carmel Clay Schools teacher, is serving as chair of the newly formed Moms for Liberty of Hamilton County, which “is dedicated to fighting for the survival of America by unifying, educating, and empowering parents to defend their parental rights at all levels of government,” according to its Facebook page.

2 Columbus City Schools closing Thursday, 1 moving to remote learning

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — Columbus City School said two schools will be closed on Thursday due to heating issues. The district said classes are canceled on Thursday, Jan. 27, for Columbus Africentric Early College PK-12 and Columbus Downtown High School. There will be no remote or in-person learning at either school.

Adjunct Instructor Teaches Consciousness Course in Maine

Adjunct Faculty, Molly Beauregard, spent the month of January in Maine as a guest instructor teaching an intensive course at Colby College. The January program offers Colby students a unique opportunity to take a deep dive into a particular subject not ordinarily available during the traditional academic semester. Intensively focused and emphasizing a single subject matter courses are designed specifically to encourage innovative thinking, creativity, and experimentation.

Detroit artist Olayami Dabls honored with Kresge Eminent Artist award

Real Detroiters know about the Dabls MBAD African Bead Museum. It's hard to miss the collection of buildings encompassing two blocks at Grand River Avenue and W. Grand Boulevard, plastered with colorful African motifs and mirrors. Now, after decades of being a cultural destination and vibrant staple in the neighborhood,...

Crossword (CCS) & Darktrace (DARK): 2 cyber security stocks to buy

UK’s National Cyber Security Centre warned British businesses to boost their cyber defence levels ahead of a potential threat. NCSC has stated it was unaware of any specific potential attacks on UK based companies. UK’s cyber security centre, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), warned businesses to boost their...