27.11.2019

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University Initiative: Cambridge Zero

"Cambridge Zero is not just about developing greener technologies. It will harness the full range of the University’s research and policy expertise, developing solutions that work for our lives, our society and our economy."

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11.11.2019

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Project: NERC – Greenhouse Gas Removal Demonstrators: Directorate Hub

"The Greenhouse Gas Removal Demonstrators programme will assess sustainable routes for large-scale removal of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, allowing the UK to take a major step towards achieving net-zero emissions, and placing the UK in a leading position to benefit from the £400 billion future global market in greenhouse gas removal."

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25.10.2019

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Project: “Solid Carbon: A Climate Mitigation Partnership Advancing Stable Negative Emissions”

"The $1.5 million, four-year PICS Theme Partnership entitled “Solid Carbon: A Climate Mitigation Partnership Advancing Stable Negative Emissions” brings together researchers from Canada, the United States and Europe. The team aims to combine state-of-the-art technologies in a way that has never been conceived until now, to deliver safe and reliable carbon dioxide (CO2) removal."

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11.10.2019

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Project: Nori

"Nori is on a mission to reverse climate change. Our goal is clear - create a new way for anyone in the world to pay to remove excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere."

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07.10.2019

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Competition: XPRIZE: Carbon Removal Prize Design

"To address this global grand challenge, XPRIZE is excited to officially kick-off the design process for our new Carbon Removal Prize Design. This prize will aim to accelerate breakthroughs to catalyze action to fight climate change."

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17.09.2019

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Project: Green Sand

"Take carbon out of the atmosphere in a cost effective, sustainable way with greenSand CO2 Certificates."

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17.09.2019

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Project: Shopify: We need to talk about carbon

"The Shopify Sustainability Fund will house all of our environmental investments, including carbon sequestration. Our intention is to increase our financial commitment annually based on our revenue growth."

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15.05.2019

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Foundation for Climate Restoration: Announcement of Partnership with Earth Day Network

"The Foundation for Climate Restoration(F4CR) today announced that it is partnering with Earth Day Network in its mission to evaluate, develop and support existing methods to restore the climate. “Transformational climate action at the scale the world requires to avoid the most devastating impacts of climate change will require three things – mitigation, adaptation, and restoration,” said F4CR CEO Rick Parnell. “We cannot keep procrastinating. It’s time for ambitious, creative, and innovative solutions that seize the opportunity of climate action to deliver enormous opportunities for our shared future.”"

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05.05.2019

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Project: Project Vesta

"Project Vesta is a project to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere and oceans by accelerating the weathering of a type of rock called olivine. When olivine interacts with water and the CO2 dissolved in it, a chemical reaction (called weathering) occurs that creates a bicarbonate solution that marine animals like corals use in their shells. The CO2 remains locked in that form and eventually settles as sediment or turns to limestone rock on the sea floor."

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04.03.2019

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Project: Developing a Research Agenda and Research Governance Approaches for Climate Intervention Strategies that Reflect Sunlight to Cool Earth

"The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine proposes to undertake a study that would develop a research agenda and recommend research governance approaches for climate intervention strategies that reflect sunlight to cool Earth. The proposed study would aim to address research needs and relevant research governance in tandem, such that the understanding and thinking on each can inform the other."

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