02.12.2020

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The Atlantic: The Weekly Planet: A Start-Up’s Unusual Plan to Suck Carbon Out of the Sky

"An online-payments company may fund more carbon removal than anyone else."

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02.12.2020

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Live Science: Could we ever pull enough carbon out of the atmosphere to stop climate change?

"But what does this sci-fi-like act really entail? And how much will it actually take — and cost — to make a difference and slow climate change? Sabine Fuss has been looking for these answers for the last two years. An economist in Berlin, Fuss leads a research group at the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change and was part of the original Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) — established by the United Nations to assess the science, risks and impacts of global warming."

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26.11.2020

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Video: Carbon Engineering Ltd.: Goldman Sachs Carbonomics 2020 | Steve Oldham, CEO of Carbon Engineering

"Carbon Engineering CEO Steve Oldham speaks with Edward Emerson, Head of Global Commodities Trading, as part of the Goldman Sachs 2020 Carbonomics Conference."

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19.11.2020

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Carbon Engineering: Carbon Engineering chosen as sustainability partner for Virgin’s new rewards club, Virgin Red

"Today, the Virgin Group launched its new rewards club, Virgin Red, on an exclusive, invitation-only basis. In a world-first for a loyalty programme, Virgin Red has included an option for members to directly support the development of an emerging climate change solution – Direct Air Capture (DAC)."

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11.11.2020

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freethink: This Canadian Startup Wants to Make Our Buildings Out of CO2

"We can capture carbon from the air to fight climate change. But then what do we do with it?"

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10.11.2020

# Calls & events

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Call for Submissions: SBRI Greenhouse Gas Removals Innovation Competition - Phase 1 [Design Study]

Deadline: 05. February 2021

"The GGR Technologies Innovation Competition is to support the development of innovative greenhouse gas removals technologies. It is to support the development of technologies that are not yet commercial rather than supporting technologies that are already mature. Therefore, the technologies to be developed must be at a technology readiness level (TRL) between 4 and 7 at the start of the project. The ultimate objective is to trial the technologies at pilot scale."

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04.11.2020

# New Publications

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Rosa, Lorenzo; et al. (2020): The water footprint of carbon capture and storage technologies

Rosa, Lorenzo; Sanchez, Daniel L.; Realmonte, Giulia; Baldocchi, Dennis; D'Odorico, Paolo (2020): The water footprint of carbon capture and storage technologies. In Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, p. 110511. DOI: 10.1016/j.rser.2020.110511.

"This study presents the water footprints (m3 water per tonne CO2 captured) of four prominent CCS technologies: Post-combustion CCS, Pre-combustion CCS, Direct Air CCS, and Bioenergy with CCS. Depending on technology, the water footprint of CCS ranges from 0.74 to 575 m3 H2O/tonne CO2."

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23.10.2020

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Gasworld: Carbon Engineering: Scaling up direct air capture technologies

"Carbon Engineering last year made a huge advancement with its DAC commitment, when it announced that it had begun the engineering and design of the world’s largest DAC plant, located in the Permian Basin, Southwestern US."

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22.10.2020

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ARPA-E: Innovating Through Unconventional Ideas

"In 2019, ARPA-E announced an ongoing funding opportunity for a range of the most innovative and unconventional ideas across the energy technology spectrum, exploring high-risk R&D that could lead to the development of disruptive technologies."

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19.10.2020

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Venture Lab: Climeworks’ TOP 100 keynote: ‘Stick to your purpose, and eventually, you will achieve your vision’

"Christoph Gebald and Jan Wurzbacher, the two Climeworks founders, are here to tell us more about their entrepreneurial journey and their innovative subscription model that allows people to remove CO2 from the atmosphere to contribute to reversing climate change."

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