Posts about Carbon Dioxide Removal / Greenhouse Gas Removal

Greenhouse Gas Removal (GGR) refers to an technique that removes greenhouse gases from the atmosphere through mechanical means. A more common umbrella term is Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR), which excludes methods that remove other greenhouse gases such as methane.

December 6, 2017

The Big Bad Fix

ETC Group, BiofuelWatch and Heinrich Boell Foundation present a comprehensive argument against geoengineering in this report. • Click here to download the full report (pdf) As a rapidly warming world manifests... View Article

October 29, 2017

Governance for a ban on geoengineering

[Originally posted by Carnegie Climate Geoengineering Governance Initiative.] by Lili Fuhr All geoengineering approaches are by definition large-scale, intentional, and high-risk. Some have well-known negative impacts, threatening the achievement of the Sustainable... View Article

May 10, 2017

New briefing: Climate change, smoke and mirrors

For the past decade, a small but growing group of governments and scientists, the majority from the most powerful and most climate-polluting countries in the world, has been pushing for political consideration of geoengineering, the... View Article