Offsetting the Greenhouse Effect: CEE Achievements in Carbon Storage Research
As levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) continue to rise at a sobering rate, Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) researchers are exploring a bold technique that could play a key role in global greenhouse gas reduction. The technique is known as carbon capture, utilization, and storage, or CCUS, and has a straightforward objective: capturing CO2 and storing it underground before it makes its way to the atmosphere. Continue Reading...
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CIT's First Year Advisory Board kicks off the 2013 Toys for Tots drive with a gala ceremony including CMU’s Naval ROTC unit, CMU bagpipers, the University Police and pastry chefs from the Pittsburgh Athletic Association. The pastry chefs created a giant gingerbread house and sugar village for the toy drive which supports the national U.S. Marine Corps toy drive begun in 1947.
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