20.09.2021

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Newsletter of Week 38 of 2021

The newsletter of calendar week 38 of 2021 is now available here.


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20.09.2021

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FYI: Pre-registration to the CEC21 conference now open

Deadline: 30. September 2021

"The pre-registration to the Climate Engineering in Context 2021 (CEC21) conference is now open! The virtual event will take place online from 4-8 October 2021 and will be free of charge for all participants in order to facilitate open and inclusive critical global discussions. CEC21 virtual will continue to develop the unique conference series with a strong interactive element and we look forward to sharing our new virtual platform with you!"

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20.09.2021

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Call for Abstracts: Ocean Sciences Meeting 2022

No Deadline

"IN13 Ocean-based CDR: Opportunities and Challenges: This Innovative Session will actively engage a diverse community in discussions on opportunities and challenges associated with the establishment of R&D programs that advance ocean-based carbon dioxide removal (CDR)."

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20.09.2021

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Job: Software Engineer (Charm)

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"Our mission is to reverse climate change and return the atmosphere to 280 ppm CO2. To pursue this challenge, we convert waste biomass into carbon-rich bio-oil and inject into permanent, underground storage wells as a form of carbon removal, or reform it to produce green hydrogen and syngas for industrial processes like steel, cement, and chemicals manufacturing. [...] As a software engineer at Charm Industrial you’ll be responsible for designing and implementing internal tools, control, data analysis, and automation for our little earth-saving robots. Each element of the system requires its own little bit of software - ladder logic on the PLCs, Python on the GUIs, C on low-level hardware, database work on the data side, and small linux scripts on the servers. In the intersection of all of these systems there’s always something interesting to work on."

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20.09.2021

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Job: Mechanical Engineer (Charm)

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"Our mission is to reverse climate change and return the atmosphere to 280 ppm CO2. To pursue this challenge, we convert waste biomass into carbon-rich bio-oil and inject into permanent, underground storage wells as a form of carbon removal, or reform it to produce green hydrogen and syngas for industrial processes like steel, cement, and chemicals manufacturing. [...] We are looking for a Mechanical Design Engineer to join our team! You might be a MechE that isn't scared away by a little chemistry, or a ChemE who might have dabbled in mechanical design! Your responsibilities as a design engineer will be to own one to many subsystems on our systems from end-to-end, with a focus on robust, creative and thoughtful design decisions. You will collaborate with the rest of the team on critical interfaces and high-level systems design. You will put your hardware through test situations early and often, to ensure consistency and stability in the field. Best and most importantly, your hardware will be critical in ensuring a better future for our planet."

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17.09.2021

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Call for Abstracts: 16th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference

Deadline: 09. January 2022

"You're invited to submit abstracts for consideration, for both oral and poster presentations, related to the technical themes of the conference. It is important that sufficient information is included in your abstract to allow it to be assessed fairly, as the abstract must represent the actual paper that will be presented at the conference. In the selection of papers for the conference, emphasis will be placed on the presentation of results and new developments."

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17.09.2021

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Call for Submissions: Funding Opportunity (XPrice Carbon Removal)

Deadline: 1. December 2021

"XPRIZE Carbon Removal will challenge innovators to demonstrate the viability of durable, low-cost, scalable, and sustainable carbon removal solutions. Humanity needs a portfolio of solutions that can reach a combined installed capacity of 2.5 billion tonnes 1 (gigatonnes) of CO2 removal per year by 2030 in order to be on track to meet the IPCC goal of at least 10 gigatonnes per year by 2050 2 . The competition is designed to help put humanity on track to meet this goal."

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15.09.2021

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Job: Research Associate Zoology (University of Oxford)

Deadline: 22. October 2021

"The CO2RE programme is recruiting a postdoctoral researcher (PDRA) to investigate the socioeconomic and ecological (including biodiversity) outcomes of different pathways to achieving net zero in the UK. The research will blend empirical work with simulation modelling to understand the timeframes and spatial scales over which the different, biological approaches to GGR can enhance carbon stores and reduce GHG emissions, whilst also supporting biodiversity, human adaptation to climate change and food security."

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13.09.2021

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Newsletter of Week 37 of 2021

The newsletter of calendar week 37 of 2021 is now available here.


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13.09.2021

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Job: Associate Director, Industry (Climateworks Foundation)

No Deadline

"Working directly with the Program Director, the Associate Director, Industry will support and guide the industry program as it expands rapidly. In addition to overall program management and strategy development, the Associate Director will lead our Buy Clean initiative on public procurement of greenhouse-gas-intensive industrial commodities, like steel and cement. This portfolio fosters markets for climate-safe commodities in the United States, Europe, and China. The Associate Director will develop strategies in cooperation with the Program Director, identify potential partner and grantee organizations, do oversight and due diligence on our grantmaking, define and evaluate metrics for program performance, contribute to expanding the field of funders in this area, and build a cohesive coalition of stakeholders through effective communication and capacity building. The Associate Director will work with program staff, grantees, funders, and other stakeholders to accelerate change in large and powerful industries. This person must thrive in collaborative environments, be comfortable working in different geographies, and be able to synthesize many types of knowledge to understand how to create political and social change in this sector."

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