Space Center Houston has teamed up with Chevron to create a unique opportunity for Houston-area students in grades K-12 to join engineers, scientists, and aerospace professionals in solving space exploration’s greatest challenges.
The STEM Innovations in Schools program, presented by Chevron, has launched the Carbon Capture Challenge. Space Center Houston is spearheading this challenge with expert panelists from Chevron, NASA Johnson Space Center and Greentown Labs.
Through this challenge, we are empowering students to develop innovative solutions to make our planet more sustainable.
Carbon dioxide capture and storage (CSS), sometimes simply referred to as carbon capture, is a process in which a stream of carbon dioxide (CO2) from industrial and energy-related sources is separated (captured), conditioned, compressed and transported to a storage location for long-term isolation from the atmosphere.
To meet the goals of the Paris Agreement carbon emissions must be reduced. Carbon capture, utilization and storage is a pivotal process in supporting this agreement.