REMOVING GREENHOUSE GASES FROM THE ATMOSPHERE

LATEST BLOG POSTS

  • Tuesday, August 5, 2014

    On cows’ potential to improve the environment: thoughts from the Savory Institute Conference

    By Noah Deich For the last half century, Allan Savory has promoted the idea that “Holistic Land Management” (“HLM”) — or intensive, rotational livestock grazing — can have myriad environmental and economic benefits. Savory argues that livestock such as cattle, when moved around ranches in patterns that simulate the movements of large herds of wild grass eaters, can help stimulate the […]

  • Thursday, July 24, 2014

    Costs and Supply of Greenhouse Gas Removal: Is GGR Affordable and Available at Scale?

    This VEC guest blog by Noah Deich examines what is and isn’t known about the cost of removing carbon from the atmosphere. I often hear critics dismiss carbon removal approaches as both too expensive and too small-scale to have a material impact on mitigating climate change. And while that assessment may be true today, many experts predict that, […]