15.01.2021

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Energy Monitor: The business case for CO2 removal in a net-zero world

"The question is not whether trees, CCS and direct air capture are needed, but what will deliver carbon removal at scale."

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15.01.2021

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Great Plains Institute: Game-Changing SCALE Act Could Enable Carbon Capture Infrastructure Needed for Net-Zero Goals

"Bipartisan legislation introduced this week could provide game-changing support for carbon dioxide (CO2) transport and storage infrastructure that will be essential to reaching midcentury climate goals."

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15.01.2021

# New Publications

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Becattini, Viola; et al. (2021): Role of Carbon Capture, Storage, and Utilization to Enable a Net-Zero-CO 2 -Emissions Aviation Sector

Becattini, Viola; Gabrielli, Paolo; Mazzotti, Marco (2021): Role of Carbon Capture, Storage, and Utilization to Enable a Net-Zero-CO 2 -Emissions Aviation Sector. In Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. DOI: 10.1021/acs.iecr.0c05392.

"A techno-economic analysis of viable scenarios for the aviation industry to achieve net-zero CO2 emissions is presented."

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15.01.2021

# New Publications

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La Plante, Erika Callagon; et al. (2021): Saline Water-Based Mineralization Pathway for Gigatonne-Scale CO 2 Management

La Plante, Erika Callagon; Simonetti, Dante A.; Wang, Jingbo; Al-Turki, Abdulaziz; Chen, Xin; Jassby, David; Sant, Gaurav N. (2021): Saline Water-Based Mineralization Pathway for Gigatonne-Scale CO 2 Management. In ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. DOI: 10.1021/acssuschemeng.0c08561.

"This perspective proposes a potential pathway to diminish atmospheric CO2 accumulations which is distinct from traditional carbon capture and geological sequestration strategies and from existing negative emissions technologies (NETs)."

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15.01.2021

# New Publications

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Brandl, Patrick; et al. (2021): Beyond 90% capture: Possible, but at what cost?

Brandl, Patrick; Bui, Mai; Hallett, Jason P.; Mac Dowell, Niall (2021): Beyond 90% capture: Possible, but at what cost? In International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 105, p. 103239. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijggc.2020.103239.

"This study quantifies the maximum limit of feasible CO2 capture rate for a range of power and industrial sources of CO2, beyond which abatement becomes uneconomical."

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15.01.2021

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Bloomberg: Occidental to Strip Carbon From the Air and Use It to Pump Crude

"A new technology could help reduce pollution at the same time it increases the supply of fossil fuels."

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13.01.2021

# Political Papers

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Carbon180 (2021): Transition Book :Priorities for Administrative Action on Carbon Removal in 2021+

Carbon180 (2021): Transition Book :Priorities for Administrative Action on Carbon Removal in 2021+.

"With control of the Senate changing hands, the Biden adminstration will have latitude to take bold action on carbon removal. Here is our guide to the highest priorities."

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13.01.2021

# Political Papers

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Institute for Carbon Removal Law & Policy (2020): 2020 Year-End Report

Institute for Carbon Removal Law & Policy (2020): 2020 Year-End Report. Washington, DC.

"Read our End of Year Report that details recent research publications, educational resources, projects and collaborations of 2020."

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13.01.2021

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The New Republic: Carbon Capture Is Not a Climate Savior

"The promise of negative emissions is baked into most “net zero” pledges. But putting that into practice is easier said than done."

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13.01.2021

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Civil Eats: Does Regenerative Agriculture Have a Race Problem?

"BIPOC farmers and advocates say the latest trend in agriculture is built on an age-old pattern of cultural theft and appropriation."

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