From concrete to fuels, CO2 from the air can replace CO2 from the ground.
Carbon180A group of researchers compared 10 pathways for capturing CO2 and putting it to work. So what do they cost, you ask, and what’s the climate benefit, if any? @drvox digests the details, via @voxdotcom
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The level of funding needed to accelerate and commercialize solutions is actually much less than what's being spent already on other energy technologies at the federal level.
Carbon180“Plants have spent billions of years mastering photosynthesis. we have only a few decades to develop and deploy hundreds of our own carbon-removing plants.” From @rorypjacobson via @GreenBiz
Carbon180Midterms are over, but now what? Join us next Tuesday for a webinar where we’ll discuss the election results and their impact on carbon removal. Featuring @erinmburns, @janvmaz, and @kaleekreider.
Carbon180, formerly the Center for Carbon Removal, is a new breed of
climate-focused NGO on a mission to fundamentally rethink carbon.
Carbon180We will need 60-100% more food by the end of this century. How can we innovate food systems to increase production, reduce waste, and be sustainable? We have some ideas and an Innovation Plan
Carbon capture has a bad reputation. But after a year of reporting, I’ve come to a conclusion: It's both vital and viable.
Carbon180Excited to hear that the Race to Negative Emissions series from @AkshatRathi is continuing! Part two will focus on energy storage, with updates from the world of carbon capture. Check out this gem from the vaults, via @qz
The demonstration project between Climeworks and CarbFix is a big deal for a number of reasons. Here's why
Carbon180The @Climeworks pilot plant in Iceland shows us what direct air capture is capable of—and why we need to invest in making it bigger and cheaper. Read this take from @cjospe on why it's such a big deal
Strategies to deal with climate change have focused largely on reducing emissions of CO2 and other planet-warming compounds from industry, transportation and agriculture. The news isn’t particularly heartening on that front. After three years of...