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Motherjones.Com: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Motherjones.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)   61 (80.26%)
Distinct Stories   45
Blog Count   13 (17.11%)
Tweet Count   1 (1.32%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.44
Combined Polarization   7.41
Combined Activity   1.45
Combined Personalization   1.45
News Tone   0.51
Blog Tone   0.68
Tweet Tone   -6.67
First Seen   4/17/2009
Last Seen   11/2/2013
News/Social Ratio  80.26%
Attention/Loyalty  55 / 2043 days (2.69%)
Domain Type   News
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Category Breakdown
Articles on this domain fall into the following system categories:

Activism
12.16% (9)
Documentaries/Movies
1.35% (1)
Legislation
75.68% (56)
Project
71.62% (53)


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Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

Al Gore   10.53% (8)
James Hansen   10.53% (8)
Michael Brune   9.21% (7)
Michael Shellenberger   9.21% (7)
Ted Nordhaus   9.21% (7)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

Foundation For National Progress   10.53% (8)
Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change   10.53% (8)
Environmental Protection Agency   9.21% (7)
Sierra Club   7.89% (6)
Clean Air Task   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   18.42% (14)
Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan   17.11% (13)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   15.79% (12)
Alberta, Alberta, Canada   11.84% (9)
Chicago, Illinois, United States   9.21% (7)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
United States   14.47% (50)
China   14.47% (20)
Denmark   14.47% (15)
Japan   14.47% (14)
Canada   14.47% (12)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

KAvn*, Denmark   18.42% (14)
Kyoto, Japan   17.11% (13)
Alberta, Canada   11.84% (9)
British Columbia, Canada   6.58% (5)
30, Brazil   2.63% (2)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles from this domain:

Washington, United States   19.74% (15)
California, United States   18.42% (14)
District Of Columbia, United States   15.79% (12)
Arizona, United States   14.47% (11)
Texas, United States   14.47% (11)

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Outlet Location Countries

United States   14.47% (57)
Scotland   14.47% (2)




TWITTER


Twitterers

The following Twitterers tweet links from this domain

BillCortese   1.32% (1)[Profile]

Clustered Twitterers

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

BillCortese   1.32% (1)[Profile]



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Top News Outlets

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

Motherjones.Com   59.21% (45)
Theatlantic.Com   5.26% (4)
Grist.Org   3.95% (3)
Huffingtonpost.Com   2.63% (2)
Guardian.Co.Uk   2.63% (2)

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Top Blogs

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

Motherjones.Com   17.11% (13)





News Articles

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Al Gore: World Is on Brink of "Carbon Bubble" | Mother Jones

...... energy and electric vehicles; and finally to take their money out of fossil fuels and other high-carbon assets, or turn them into low-carbon assets—for instance, by installing carbon capture and storage units on power stations. Gore told the Guardian : "This is potentially the largest bubble ever. If investors look in a clear-eyed, traditional risk management way, they can be in time ......

(834 words by motherjones.com)
(11/02/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.81%
Pol: 7.07%
Act: 25.49%
Per: 0.35%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

EPA chief tells Grist what coal will have to do to survive in a "carbon-constrained" future | Grist

...... he could to make me feel like we share the same goals, we're going to be invested in the same actions. He knows I'm going to have his back, and I don't doubt he has mine. Q. Is carbon capture and sequestration realistic? A. Yeah, I do think that it is realistic. We are very confident that the data is showing that carbon capture and sequestration is technologically feasible and it's ......

(1940 words by grist.org)
(09/20/2013)

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Legislation
Project
Tone: 3.13%
Pol: 7.04%
Act: 23.31%
Per: 3.08%
Que: 8.94%
Exc: 0.81%
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Will the EPA Kill Coal? | Mother Jones

...... to meet the new benchmark, they'd have to substantially cut their carbon emissions (a comparable natural-gas plant clocks about 790). To do this, they'd have to use a process called "carbon capture and storage," (CCS) where carbon is separated from emissions. And according to experts, there's still a long way to go before that's economically viable. EPA chief Gina McCarthy says she doesn't ......

(979 words by motherjones.com)
(09/20/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.09%
Pol: 7.28%
Act: 25.90%
Per: 1.32%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Could Photosynthesis Be Our Best Defense Against Climate Change? | Mother Jones

...... more without upsetting the balance of natural systems. Using photosynthesis and agriculture to extract carbon should not be confused with other methods that sound similar, such as "carbon capture and sequestration." CCS, as experts call it, is a technology that would capture carbon dioxide released when a power plant burned coal (or, in theory, other fossil fuels) to generate electricity. A ......

(1505 words by motherjones.com)
(07/19/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 1.33%
Pol: 7.03%
Act: 23.64%
Per: 0.57%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Listen: "The Climate of the 2020s and the 2030s is Already Preordained" | Mother Jones

...... We need to incentivize new policies to get them to penetrate the marketplace, some of the new renewable energy policies. We clearly need an Apollo-scale project on things such as carbon capture and storage. No single country should go it alone: We need Europe to work together with the US, Japan, China, and the private sector for the technologies we need for tomorrow. It's quite clear: ......

(295 words by motherjones.com)
(12/06/2012)
Project
Tone: -0.63%
Pol: 6.94%
Act: 21.77%
Per: 4.42%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


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Blog Posts

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Burning Trees for Energy and Capturing CO2 Could Reverse Global Warming | Mother Jones

...... have also questioned the carbon benefits of burning trees for power, saying that in some cases the "lifecycle" emissions are worse than coal. Dr Vivian Scott of Scottish Carbon Capture Storage at the University of Edinburgh, who was not involved with the research, said that the basis for the research's conclusion was sound, but he warned it should not be interpreted "as a 'get out ......

(521 words by motherjones.com)
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Tone: 0.00%
Pol: 9.49%
Act: 25.05%
Per: 0.38%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Don't Feel Bad About Getting an Xmas Tree | Mother Jones

...... wood itself. Cutting down on herbicide use and providing groundcover between rows of firs can double that concentration of carbon in the soil. The researchers' goal is to see if carbon sequestration could potentially be profitable for struggling Christmas tree farmers who want to sell offsets, or amounts of carbon dioxide emissions avoided. If legislation is passed to limit emissions of ......

(650 words by motherjones.com)
(12/13/2012)
Legislation
Tone: 1.35%
Pol: 5.26%
Act: 22.41%
Per: 0.75%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Why Is It So Hard to Clean Up Coal? | Mother Jones

...... to clean up coal. "That's by far the biggest barrier to the whole thing," says Revis James of the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), an industry group. The "energy penalty" for carbon capture and storage (CCS for short) can be as high as 28 percent. Cost: With current technology, CCS increases the price of coal-generated electricity as much as 94 percent—and in the absence of ......

(379 words by motherjones.com)
(04/02/2012)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 1.48%
Pol: 7.90%
Act: 27.90%
Per: 0.49%
Que: 6.67%
Exc: 0.00%

Let's Get This Party Started | Mother Jones

...... generators defending their turf? It looks like that's where we're headed. Brune was even more forceful in his take on new power deployments. He derided nuclear power and coal with carbon capture. Say what you want about nuclear power, but you can't call it cheap. There's a reason why Wall St. is reluctant to finance nukes in the US without loan guarantees. Even if we ignore the persistent ......

(2484 words by motherjones.com)
(11/18/2010)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.27%
Pol: 8.35%
Act: 24.36%
Per: 1.39%
Que: 13.64%
Exc: 0.00%

Brainstorming a New Approach to Climate Policy | Mother Jones

...... climate change? Perhaps the most radical suggestion is to move energy research into the national security realm, with the Department of Defense pushing for breakthroughs in wind power, carbon capture, and so forth. But other ideas abound. In the near-term, as many as one-third of the nation's aging fleet of coal plants could go (or be pushed) offline. This period of transition could be a key ......

(509 words by motherjones.com)
(11/16/2010)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.18%
Pol: 5.72%
Act: 24.35%
Per: 3.51%
Que: 7.14%
Exc: 0.00%


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