12.10.2020

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Podcast: Reviewer 2 does geoengineering: Steve Smith dives into the new Oxford Carbon Offsetting Principles

"Steve Smith and reviewer2 debate the merits of carbon offsetting and discuss the new Oxford Offsetting Principles."

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09.10.2020

# New Publications

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Feng, Ellias Yuming; et al. (2020): Geoengineered Ocean Vertical Water Exchange Can Accelerate Global Deoxygenation

Feng, Ellias Yuming; Su, Bei; Oschlies, Andreas (2020): Geoengineered Ocean Vertical Water Exchange Can Accelerate Global Deoxygenation. Geophysical Research Letters, 47(16). In Geophysical Research Letters 47 (16). DOI: 10.1029/2020GL088263.

"Ocean deoxygenation is a threat to marine ecosystems. We evaluated the potential of two ocean intervention technologies, that is, “artificial downwelling (AD)” and “artificial upwelling (AU),” for remedying the expansion of Oxygen Deficient Zones (ODZs)."

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09.10.2020

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Wilson Center: Governance is Essential to Manage the Risks of Solar Radiation Modification

"For the past three years, my colleagues and I from the Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative (C2G) have been meeting with senior interlocutors around the world, both in and out of government, and alerting them to the critical need for multilateral governance of powerful but risky new ideas to reduce the impacts of climate change."

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09.10.2020

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BusinessGreen: 'The biggest prize going': Inside the plans to decarbonise Britain's biggest industrial cluster

"The plan, dubbed Zero Carbon Humber, will focus on two areas: ramping up significantly  hydrogen production in order to transition heavy industry away from fossil fuels where possible; and installing CCS technology to shuttle any remaining carbon dioxide - from industry or from blue hydrogen production - to permanent storage in the rock under the sea."

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09.10.2020

# Political Papers

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ICEF (2020): Roadmap Project on “Biomass Carbon Removal and Storage (BiCRS)”

ICEF (2020): Roadmap Project on “Biomass Carbon Removal and Storage (BiCRS)”. (Draft for comment).

"We introduce a new term -- biomass carbon removal and storage (BiCRS) – which we believe better describes this topic than the traditional term -- bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS)."

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09.10.2020

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Podcast: CCS Talks: Now Available on Podcast Streaming Platforms

"For over a year, we’ve held informative and insightful webinars that featured climate experts from around the world. From government representatives to academics and economists, we've covered everything from CCS research and development to the impacts on the 2020 global pandemic."

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09.10.2020

# Projects

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Project: CDR Law

"An annotated bibliography of legal materials related to carbon dioxide removal and carbon sequestration and use."

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09.10.2020

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Columbia Center on Global Energy Policy: Columbia University Launches the World’s First ‘Carbon Dioxide Removal Law’ Database

"Today, researchers at Columbia University launched the world’s first Carbon Dioxide Removal Law database, an annotated bibliography of legal materials related to carbon dioxide removal and carbon sequestration and use, which is publicly available at: cdrlaw.org."

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08.10.2020

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Carbon8: Carbon8 Systems To Deploy Its Carbon Capture & Utilisation Technology For The First Time At Dutch Energy From Waste Plant

"Carbon8 Systems’ patented carbon capture and utilisation solution is known as the CO₂ntainer – a modular, containerised solution – described as “carbon capture in a box”."

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08.10.2020

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Energy Voice: Shetland CCS project could still be ’20-30 years ahead’ says leading Scottish researcher

"The head of the Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS) research partnership has estimated Shetland could still be “20-30 years” from a CCS project as other locations are prioritised."

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