01.06.2019

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Vox: The climate renegade. What happens when someone wants to go it alone on fixing the climate?

"Enter an eccentric San Francisco-based entrepreneur named Russ George. He had spent much of his career bouncing between ambitious environmental projects: cold fusion, reforestation, and, most recently at the time, a startup called Planktos, which focused on something called 'ocean restoration.'"

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31.05.2019

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C2G2: Expanding the debate in Latin America

"Over recent months, there has been growing interest in Latin America and the Caribbean to better understand emerging approaches to the climate crisis, including large-scale carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation modification."

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31.05.2019

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de zeen: Salk Institute develops a plant that offers a solution to climate change

"California's Salk Institute for Biological Studies is developing a plant that can store excess carbon dioxide in its roots, in a bid to curb the effects of climate change."

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31.05.2019

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Green Biz: The case for investing in direct air capture just got clearer

"The idea of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as a method of combating climate change is nothing new. For the past 20 years, climate experts have included this strategy in their models showing theoretical pathways for avoiding catastrophic climate change — all of that data has been calculated based on the ability of plants to capture and store carbon in their biomass."

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31.05.2019

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Wiener Zeitung: Endangered future (German)

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31.05.2019

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Der Tagesspiegel: Can carbon dioxide be stored in the North Sea? (German)

German article on CE

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31.05.2019

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Spiegel Online: Scientists assess CO2 deposits in the North Sea as safe (German)

German article on CE

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28.05.2019

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Amazing Newspaper: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Detailed Analytical Overview by 2025

"Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is a process wherein up to 90% of carbon dioxide emissions produced as a result of combustion of fossil fuels, are captured. Thus, preventing them from entering the atmosphere. The process comprises three steps, first step involves capturing the carbon dioxide which is emitted, second step involves transportation of the captured carbon dioxide and the third step involves its secure storage."

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28.05.2019

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CBC: How effective is carbon capture technology?

"Carbon capture and storage (CCS) works by catching CO2 produced by large industry (think steel factories or oil refineries) before it goes into the atmosphere, transporting it and then using high pressure to funnel it deep into the ground."

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28.05.2019

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The Times: Energy giants plan carbon capture hub in Humber region

"Britain could have the world’s first “carbon-negative” power station by the mid-2020s under plans by a trio of energy companies to capture carbon emissions in the Humber region."

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