18.10.2019

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Financial Times: Clock ticks on US carbon capture projects

"New projects using the credit, known as 45Q after its chapter of the tax code, must start construction before January 1, 2024."

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18.10.2019

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Seeker: Why the World’s First Solar Geoengineering Test Is So Controversial (Video)


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18.10.2019

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The Economist: The right way to measure carbon emissions

"As public opinion shifts, politicians are reacting by adopting new policies. One of the most popular is to set targets to reach “net zero” carbon emissions within a defined geographical border."

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18.10.2019

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Il Bioeconomista: IFP Energies Nouvelles and Total signed a strategic R&D partnership to be carbon smart

"The agreement has two parts: a strategic R&D partnership on carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) aims to reduce the cost of infrastructure and improve the CCUS chain’s energyefficiency to secure its large-scale deployment."

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17.10.2019

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Netzpolitik: A visit to the Futurium - what does future hold in store?

German article about a climate engineering display in the Futurium, a new museum in  Berlin.

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16.10.2019

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CBC: Forestry sector scrambles to recruit tree planters to sow millions — perhaps billions — more seedlings

"B.C. silviculture companies are struggling to find up to 1,000 more tree planters."

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14.10.2019

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Medium: Saving The Climate Without A Political Solution

"What a decentralised model for climate action might look like"

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14.10.2019

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Audubon: Reverse Engineering the Climate Crisis Is Not Only Possible—It's Necessary

"We can't merely cut emissions to preserve a livable planet. We'll have to invent technologies to take back the carbon we've already released."

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14.10.2019

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Descrier: Five things every government needs to do right now to tackle the climate emergency

"If targets were enough to beat the climate crisis, we would have cause for celebration. The UK, Norway, Sweden and France have written a target of net-zero emissions into law, and 15 others are considering similar legislation or have non-binding targets. Hundreds of cities, regions and individual companies have made similar pledges."

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14.10.2019

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The Times: The climate crisis: can we fix it?

"Cities are clogged with young protesters crying “Extinction!” Greta Thunberg spits out “How dare you?” at the ruling classes and the complacent old. How dare we sell the futures of young people for our cars, our planes, our meat and our addiction to economic growth? Next weekend, unsurprisingly, there will be a conference in London about new forms of mental illness: climate anxieties and depression."

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