28.09.2020

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Newsletter of Week 40 of 2020

The newsletter of calendar week 40 of 2020 is now available here.


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27.09.2020

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Bloomberg: Risky Climate: China’s Carbon Neutrality Goal is Good Policy and Good Politics

"The second-biggest economy’s new 2060 target could be a game changer if concrete policies follow."

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27.09.2020

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Berliner Zeitung: Seven measures for climate protection (German)

German article including a critical statement about NETs.

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27.09.2020

# New Publications

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Frischmann, Chad Jonathan; et al. (2020): Drawdown’s ‘System of Solutions’ Helps to Achieve the SDGs

Frischmann, Chad Jonathan, Mamta Mehra, Ryan Allard, Kevin Bayuk, João Pedro Gouveia, and Miranda R. Gorman (2020): Drawdown’s ‘System of Solutions’ Helps to Achieve the SDGs. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Living reference work entry. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71067-9_100-1.

‌"This entry describes the linkages between “Drawdown solutions” and the targets and goals set out by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It is proposed that the implementation of these solutions can substantially help to achieve the SDGs by 2030, with even greater gains when implementing actions in parallel as a “system of solutions” enabled by broad-based, effective partnerships at local, regional, and international scales."

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27.09.2020

# Political Papers

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Friedmann, S. Julio; et al. (2020): Net-Zero and Geospheric Return: Actions Today for 2030 and Beyond

Friedmann, S. Julio; Alex Zapantis, Brad Page, Chris Consoli, Zhiyuan Fan, Ian Havercroft, Harry Liu, Emeka Ochu, Nabeela Raji, Dominic Rassool, Hadia Sheerazi and Alex Townsend (2020): Net-Zero and Geospheric Return: Actions Today for 2030 and Beyond. Columbia University’s Centre on Global Energy Policy (CGEP) and the Global CCS Institute.

"In a report co-authored by Columbia University’s Centre on Global Energy Policy (CGEP) and the Global CCS Institute titled ‘Net Zero and Geospheric Return: Actions today for 2030’, findings reveal that climate finance policies and the development of carbon dioxide removal technologies need to grow rapidly within the next 10 years in order to curb climate change and hit net-zero targets."

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27.09.2020

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HuffPost: The Soil Revolution That Could Save Farming And The Climate

"Joe Biden and other Democrats are backing regenerative farming, which pulls carbon from the atmosphere and restores nutrients to soil. But is it ready for prime time?"

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27.09.2020

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Medium: Climate Intervention Research May be Critical to a More Just and Safe Society

"Climate justice is now essential to addressing racial justice in America, and we need to invest in research on a wide portfolio of options to ensure the health, safety, and the viability of these communities against a rapidly escalating problem."

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27.09.2020

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World Resources Institute: INSIDER: Further Explanation on the Potential Contribution of Soil Carbon Sequestration on Working Agricultural Lands to Climate Change Mitigation

"Implemented in the right way, preserving the huge, existing reservoirs of vegetative and soil carbon in the world’s remaining forests and woody savannas by boosting productivity on existing agricultural land (a land sparing strategy) is the largest, potential climate mitigation prize of regenerative and other agricultural practices."

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27.09.2020

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University of Delaware Daily: Advancing Carbon Dioxide Catalysis: Engineering professor receives major Department of Energy grants

"Jiao recently received two grants from the Department of Energy (DOE) to advance technologies for carbon capture and utilization through catalysis, the use of substances to speed the rate of chemical reactions."

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27.09.2020

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Forbes: The Future Is Now: This Start-Up Offers Carbon-Free Shopping

"The good news is that the lab coat (and hard-hat) wearing eggheads at innovative Canadian start-up, Carbon Engineering, have indeed figured out a way to help save our species from itself – “Direct Air Capture” technology that pulls CO2 out of the atmosphere and sequesters it to its original home far below the earth’s surface."

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