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Economist.Com: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Economist.Com related to Carbon Capture/Carbon Sequestration. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Carbon Capture/Carbon Sequestration.


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At-A-Glance Vitals

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All Media Count   76
News Count (W/Clustered)   70 (92.11%)
Distinct Stories   70
Blog Count   3 (3.95%)
Tweet Count   2 (2.63%)
Shared Tweet Count   1
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.80
Combined Polarization   7.49
Combined Activity   0.65
Combined Personalization   0.65
News Tone   0.78
Blog Tone   2.00
Tweet Tone   0.00
First Seen   5/14/2009
Last Seen   11/28/2013
News/Social Ratio  92.11%
Attention/Loyalty  64 / 3130 days (2.04%)
Domain Type   News
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Category Breakdown
Articles on this domain fall into the following system categories:

Activism
2.74% (2)
Documentaries/Movies
1.37% (1)
Legislation
78.08% (57)
Project
90.41% (66)


Related Countries
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RELATIONSHIPS


Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

Barack Obama   30.26% (23)
James Hansen   7.89% (6)
Al Gore   6.58% (5)
David Keith   6.58% (5)
Hillary Clinton   5.26% (4)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

International Energy Agency   19.74% (15)
European Union   17.11% (13)
Department Of Energy   7.89% (6)
Environmental Protection Agency   7.89% (6)
Ipcc   6.58% (5)

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RELATED GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES


Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Copenhagen, KAvn*, Denmark   11.84% (9)
Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan   9.21% (7)
London, London, City Of, United Kingdom   6.58% (5)
Boston, Massachusetts, United States   5.26% (4)
North Sea, Oceans (General), Oceans   5.26% (4)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
United States   6.58% (53)
China   6.58% (32)
United Kingdom   6.58% (24)
Germany   6.58% (19)
India   6.58% (17)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

KAvn*, Denmark   10.53% (8)
Kyoto, Japan   9.21% (7)
Ontario, Canada   7.89% (6)
United Kingdom (General), United Kingdom   6.58% (5)
London, City Of, United Kingdom   6.58% (5)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles from this domain:

California, United States   19.74% (15)
Massachusetts, United States   13.16% (10)
New York, United States   9.21% (7)
Texas, United States   9.21% (7)
Washington, United States   6.58% (5)

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Outlet Location Countries

Scotland   6.58% (70)




TWITTER


Twitterers

The following Twitterers tweet links from this domain

perrygraham   1.32% (1)[Profile]
AmericasPower   1.32% (1)[Profile]

Clustered Twitterers

The following Twitterers tend to tweet copies of the same story from other domains:

perrygraham   1.32% (1)[Profile]
AmericasPower   1.32% (1)[Profile]



CONTENT


Top News Outlets

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following news outlets:

Economist.Com   92.11% (70)

Top Blogs

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following blogs:

Economist.Com   3.95% (3)





News Articles

All 70 news articles:

 CategoriesToneReach

The paper industry and climate change: Roll on the green revolution | The Economist

...... focus on prices, consumption and subsidies to solar and wind power, which are not at the cutting edge. The list of technological breakthroughs is short. One of the most promising is carbon capture and storage, which neutralises emissions of carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels. A big project was being built at Mongstad in Norwaybut the Norwegian government has just pulled the plug on it. ......

(746 words by economist.com)
(11/28/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 1.05%
Pol: 5.75%
Act: 24.05%
Per: 0.52%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Politics and energy policy: Appalachian fall | The Economist

...... than the average coal plant emits. To meet this standard new coal plants would have to capture and store much of their carbon emissions. Critics complain that the technology enabling carbon capture and storage (CCS) is too expensive and works far better in theory than in commercial practice. In recent years the EPA has also promulgated rules limiting the release of mercury and other toxins ......

(892 words by economist.com)
(09/26/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.11%
Pol: 7.41%
Act: 22.45%
Per: 0.21%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Climate change: The illusion of clean coal | The Economist

...... It is hard to see how governments can turn their backs on such a cheap and reliable fuel. There does, however, seem to be a way of reconciling coal and climate. It is called carbon capture and storage (CCS), or carbon sequestration, and entails hoovering up carbon dioxide from the smokestacks of power plants and other big industrial facilities and storing it safely underground, where ......

(608 words by economist.com)
(07/10/2013)
Project
Tone: -0.16%
Pol: 7.50%
Act: 25.04%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Climate change: While Congress sleeps | The Economist

...... for all vehicles adopted in his first term. He offered $8 billion in loan guarantees for the deployment of technologies that make fossil fuels less harmful to the climate, such as carbon capture. He promised to promote renewable power by encouraging the construction of wind farms and solar arrays on federal lands, by requiring government agencies to obtain more of their own power from such ......

(883 words by economist.com)
(06/27/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.98%
Pol: 6.86%
Act: 23.50%
Per: 0.11%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Climate-change policy in America, Europe and China: Tepid, timid | The Economist

...... Bans or quantitative limits restrict emissions without considering the policy's full costs. Some may provide net benefits (like controls on vehicle exhausts). Many do not. Retrofitting carbon capture and storage, for example, costs a fortune. America's plans look worryingly like an energy-policy grab-bag in which the president has been rummaging, rather than an efficient carbon-cutting plan. ......

(626 words by economist.com)
(06/27/2013)
Legislation
Tone: -2.16%
Pol: 8.94%
Act: 24.50%
Per: 0.46%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


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Blog Posts

All 3 blog posts:

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Politics and energy policy: Appalachian fall | The Economist

...... than the average coal plant emits. To meet this standard new coal plants would have to capture and store much of their carbon emissions. Critics complain that the technology enabling carbon capture and storage (CCS) is too expensive and works far better in theory than in commercial practice. In recent years the EPA has also promulgated rules limiting the release of mercury and other toxins ......

(901 words by economist.com)
(09/28/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.22%
Pol: 7.58%
Act: 22.29%
Per: 0.22%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

The final presidential debate: Battle of the zingers | The Economist

...... competitive. Make it selective. 8. Encourage language skills particularly Mandarin for students. 9. Forge new cooperation with China over new Manhattan Projects such as Clean Coal Carbon Capture Technology, Safer Small Modular Nuclear Reactors, GLobal Warming Mitigation. 10. Forge new cooperation with China over difficult foreign policy issues such as North Korea, Pakistan containment, ......

(838 words by economist.com)
(10/24/2012)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 3.04%
Pol: 10.99%
Act: 26.20%
Per: 2.46%
Que: 4.12%
Exc: 2.06%

Correspondent's diary: Forests of the will | The Economist

...... action plan available. One tonne of responsibly harvested forest product (lumber, pulp,etceteras) takes three tonnes of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. The best & cheapest carbon sequestration availible. Use & promote lumber & wood products, they help the ecology of the earth. Forests either need to burn (forest fires) or they need to be harvested. You can't put out the fires & not ......

(1883 words by economist.com)
(12/11/2010)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 2.74%
Pol: 10.33%
Act: 23.55%
Per: 0.58%
Que: 4.11%
Exc: 5.48%





Tweets

All 2 tweets:
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AmericasPower

...@theEconomist: #Cleancoal and biofuels and subsidies, oh my. Read ACCCE's comment below. http://bit.ly/alaIMn...

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Tone: 0.00%
Pol: 0.00%
Act: 15.79%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%






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