This website from the Australian Coal Association provides information about low emissions coal technology as an alternative source of energy to combat global warming. In addition to overviews of climate change and carbon capture and storage, the site discusses greenhouse gases, air pollution, carbon and coal, environmental sustainability, coal and the economy, the carbon economy and renewable energy.
This report from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 'the future of coal in a carbon-constrained world, evaluates the technologies and costs associated with the generation of electricity from coal along with those associated with the capture and sequestration of the carbon dioxide produced coal-based power generation.' The report states that carbon capture and sequestration is the 'critical enabling technology' which will help reduce CO2 emissions. A link is provided to a similar study into the future of nuclear power.
The HowStuffWorks website discusses 'clean coal' technology designed to reduce carbon emissions created by the burning of fossil fuels. The use of Low-NOx (nitrogen oxide) burners, electrostatic precipitators and gasification is explained, and links to further information are provided.