08.10.2021

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Upstream: Australian government looks to 'turbocharge' development of carbon capture and storage hubs

"Canberra to provide a A$250 million injection towards developing CCUS hubs that could be operational before the end of the decade."

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08.10.2021

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Mirage: Emissions Reduction Fund to credit carbon capture and storage projects

"The Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) will now credit eligible projects that capture and permanently store carbon underground.The Australian Government introduced the new carbon capture and storage (CCS) method following public consultation."

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08.10.2021

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VDE-Dialog: A sun umbrella in space (German)

German newspaper article on Solar Radiation Management.

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08.10.2021

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Video: Biomass Harvesting and Storage (AirMiners Event Series)

"We at AirMiners continuously strive to find novel, potentially impactful methods of carbon removal; our panel event on Biomass Harvest and Storage (BHS) represents just that! Problem: Since biomass is essentially photosynthetically captured carbon, when plant biomass dies and decomposes, it releases its carbon back to the atmosphere as CO2 and other GHGs via the Carbon Cycle. Solution: BHS is a CDR method in which dead or live biomass is harvested via collection or selective cutting, and then either buried underground or stored aboveground to slow or prevent biomass from decomposing. BHS thus provides a way to break the Carbon Cycle and remove atmospheric CO2."

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08.10.2021

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Mountaineerenews: Bridge Initiative developing carbon dioxide removal policy solutions for West Virginia

"On Sept. 24, the Bridge initiative for Science and Technology Policy, Leadership, and Communications hosted a virtual kick-off meeting for their new science and technology policy study on carbon dioxide removal. The aim of CDR is to remove existing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere using land management strategies, accelerated weathering, bioenergy with carbon capture and sequestration, and direct air capture and sequestration. CDR presents potentially important economic and policy opportunities for West Virginia."

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07.10.2021

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Deccan Herald: Reducing global warming: Could reflecting sunlight back into space work?

"One of the most important geoengineering options is Solar Radiation Management (SRM). SRM aims at reflecting inbound sunlight back into space, reducing the amount of heat absorbed by the earth and lowering global temperatures."

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07.10.2021

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Nature: Concrete needs to lose its colossal carbon footprint

"Concrete will be crucial for much-needed climate-resilient construction. But the cement industry must set out its plan for decarbonization."

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07.10.2021

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Video: This Is CDR Ep09: Climeworks Update - 2021 and Beyond with Christoph Beuttler (Open Air)

"In this session of This Is CDR we welcome Christoph Beuttler, Head of Climate Policy for Climeworks. Christoph provides an overview of the company’s industry-leading modular DAC solution, and shares perspective on the current state and future of the market for DAC and CDR."

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06.10.2021

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Video: Carbon Dioxide Removal: Forests (Climate Now)

"Planting trees has become a bit of a cliché in the fight against climate change, with ubiquitous photos of presidents and CEOs planting a tree to show they're serious about climate. But, how much impact on atmospheric carbon dioxide can tree planting really have? In the first episode of a series on carbon dioxide removal techniques, we explore the potential and the limitations of using forests to draw anthropogenic carbon emissions out of the atmosphere."

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06.10.2021

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PhysOrg: Research reveals potential of an overlooked climate change solution

"Earlier this month, President Biden urged other countries to join the U.S. and European Union in a commitment to slashing methane emissions. Two new Stanford-led studies could help pave the way by laying out a blueprint for coordinating research on methane removal technologies, and modeling how the approach could have an outsized effect on reducing future peak temperatures."

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