01.10.2021

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The Economist: Floating offshore farms should increase production of seaweed

"In many places where seaweed used to thrive, often growing in vast “forests”, it is disappearing. The cause is global warming, which, by heating the ocean’s upper layer, reduces its density through thermal expansion—thus making it more buoyant. That extra buoyancy means it is less likely to mix with cooler, denser and more nutrient-rich waters below. This is bad for the marine environment in general. More specifically, it is bad for commercial seaweed farming, a business with revenues of (depending on whom you ask) between $6bn and $40bn a year."

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30.09.2021

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Advocate Tribune: Major "Carbon Capture" project to bring environmental health and jobs through $4.5 billion dollar investment

"Granite Falls received some exciting news in terms of carbon capture development and local ethanol industry impact through the recent announcement by Summit Carbon Solutions who presented to the Yellow Medicine County Board on August 24."

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30.09.2021

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Nature: Microsoft’s million-tonne CO2-removal purchase — lessons for net zero

"Strengthen markets, measures and definitions for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to fight climate change."

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30.09.2021

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Tin Fischer: #TrillionTrees

"Why do Jane Goodall or Marc Benioff think that the world needs a #TrillionTrees? It's a weird story about made up figures, an inspiring German, a flawed study, and a media frenzy. It all begins in 2013, with a boy’s speech in the UN assembly hall"

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29.09.2021

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Vice: 'Carbon Footprint' and 'Net Zero' Don't Mean What You Think

"Words that imply strong emission reduction policies have adopted slippery meanings intended to imply companies are doing more to reduce emissions than they actually are."

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27.09.2021

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The Guardian: Climate crisis: do we need millions of machines sucking CO2 from the air?

"Does the world need millions of machines sucking carbon dioxide directly out of the air to beat the climate crisis? There is a fast-growing number of companies that believe the answer is yes and that are deploying their first devices into the real world."

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27.09.2021

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Hydrocarbon Engineering: Carbon capture and storage gains industry support

"Eleven companies have expressed interest in supporting the large-scale deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology in Houston, Texas, US."

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27.09.2021

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ShipInsight: DSME in CCS development with Korean partner

"Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has announced success of a joint development of CO2 capture and storage device technology for ships with Hi Air Korea."

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27.09.2021

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Gasworld: Wood to lead Humber Zero carbon capture project

"Global consulting and engineering company Wood has won a contract to work on UK hybrid carbon capture and storage (CCUS) and hydrogen project Humber Zero."

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27.09.2021

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Gasworld: Air Liquide and Saras join forces on CCS solution

"Major energy player Air Liquide will partner with Italian energy and refining company Saras to explore carbon capture and storage (CCS) solutions at Saras’ Sarroch refinery site in Sardinia."

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