The Carbon Capture Report (http://www.carboncapturereport.org/) is a free and open service of the University of Illinois devoted to being the preeminent global resource for tracking worldwide perception and developments in Climate Change, Carbon Capture, Carbon Credits, Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy, Green Energy, Biofuels, Geothermal, Hydroelectric, Natural Gas, Nuclear, Solar, Wind, Coal, and Oil. With subscribers in more than 100 countries the Report has become the go-to resource for daily insight into the global media discourse.
To learn more about some of the features of the Carbon Capture Report, please see our User Guide.
The Carbon Capture Report is overseen by an experienced leadership team with a combined half-century in media analysis and the energy industries. Meet the Leadership.
Learn more about this new technology platform from the University of Illinois that powers the Carbon Capture Report. About News Rethought.
The Carbon Capture Report builds on more than a decade of work at the University of Illinois and National Center for Supercomputing Applications (the birthplace of the modern web) leveraging some of the most powerful supercomputers in the world to synthesize the global news media and extract new meaning from it on behalf of industry and government. About the Technology.
The Illinois Advantage
It was at the University of Illinois that the modern web was born (Mosaic) and that many of today's social media concepts were invented (PLATO), while its National Center for Supercomputing Applications founded the United States academic supercomputing program. Illinois is therefore uniquely suited to advancing the state of the art in understanding public perception of energy in the global sphere, as the institution that brought much of the underpinnings that support this interaction to the world in the first place.