06.04.2020

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The Guardian: North Atlantic's capacity to absorb CO2 overestimated, study suggests

"Research into ocean’s plankton likely to lead to negative revision of global climate calculations."

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06.04.2020

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The Wire Science: Should Human Attempts to Modify the Climate Be Considered a Public Good?

"In a new study published in the journal Global Transitions, Robert Holahan, an associate professor at Binghamton University, New York, and I argue that the technical definition of public goods in economics detracts from the central question of stratospheric aerosol injection (SAI)."

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06.04.2020

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Podcast: Nori: #6: California's big negative emissions opportunity—w/ Dr. Roger Aines of Lawrence Livermore Nat'l Lab

"Roger explains the technology involved in turning biomass into hydrogen and offers insight into the relative safety of carbon capture and storage or CCS. Listen in to understand why Roger sees oil and gas evolving into the direct air capture industry and learn how California is leading the charge toward negative emissions."

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06.04.2020

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Science Daily: On Mars or Earth, biohybrid can turn carbon dioxide into new products

"Bacteria on nanowires convert sunlight, carbon dioxide and water to organic building blocks."

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06.04.2020

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Wired: Geoengineering Is an Option. Just Read the Fine Print

"Scientists have proposed a range of techniques for reducing global warming—some commonsense, some harebrained, and some scary as hell."

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06.04.2020

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AZoCleantech: Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering Could be Useful for Mitigating Climate Change

"The concept of stratospheric aerosol geoengineering involves adding a layer of aerosol particles to the upper atmosphere to decrease climate changes due to greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide."

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06.04.2020

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Digital Journal: Geoengineering could reduce climate change risks

"New research, from the UK, indicates that injecting the correct quantity of sulphur dioxide into Earth's upper atmosphere thicken the layer of light reflecting aerosol particles. This could lower the effects of climate change."

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02.04.2020

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Time: Pausing the World to Fight Coronavirus Has Carbon Emissions Down—But True Climate Success Looks Like More Action, Not Less

"Successfully mitigating emissions implies the rapid deployment of new, clean technologies, not a collapse of the global supply chain. It implies more investment, not less."

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02.04.2020

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Energy Northern Perspective: Northern Lights show the way to seaborne CCS solutions

"Recent high-level reports have tagged carbon capture and storage (CCS) as critical for achieving the UN’s global emissions reduction goals, with the maritime transport of CO2 emerging as an essential link in the decarbonisation chain."

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02.04.2020

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Gasworld: SaskPower CCS facility provides update

"SaskPower has announced that its carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility at the Boundary Dam Power Station captured 68,478 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) last month."

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