Montana State University Continues Research on Atmospheric CO2, the Leading Contributor to Climate Change
A land-grant university team, led by Montana State University, has been awarded a grant to develop new technology for food, energy, and water systems. The project will focus on biofuels and carbon-capture technologies, and see if they can be introduced to the Upper Missouri River Basin. The impact of the study will help to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations, which is the leading contributor to climate change.
The grant will run until 2020, and is a collaborated effort by Montana State University, University of Wyoming, and the University of South Dakota.
Read more about the grant award and its study here.