REMOVING GREENHOUSE GASES FROM THE ATMOSPHERE

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  • Tuesday, February 17, 2015

    What “net-zero” emission targets means for the carbon removal field

    The Carbon Brief recently published a fantastic article explaining the implications of “net zero” climate targets in the context of international climate negotiations. The Carbon Brief article does a great job of highlighting the fact that “negative emission technologies” – or carbon dioxide removal (“CDR”) approaches are critical for enabling the global economy to achieve […]

  • Wednesday, January 14, 2015

    Carbon removal: Where will all the carbon go?

    It is becoming increasingly likely that our society will need to remove large quantities of CO2 from the atmosphere in order to avoid dangerous climate change. The question then becomes: how are we going to store all of this CO2 that we remove from the atmosphere? The main approaches for carbon sequestration today fall into two buckets: geologic and biologic. Geologic sequestration involves […]