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.
by Fred Pearce (Thomson Reuters Foundation News) Trees offer ways to help achieve “negative emissions”, but what does that mean for forest communities? The 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change... View Article
by Nika Knight (Common Dreams) A sustainable solution to the climate crisis will also work to alleviate poverty and seek climate justice, says Friends of the Earth Germany “A future... View Article
by David Roberts (Vox) If we mean what we say, no more new fossil fuels, anywhere. One of the morbidly fascinating aspects of climate change is how much cognitive dissonance... View Article
A UK research fund has recently announced that £8.3m is being made available to fund up to 10 different research projects for a programme on Greenhouse Gas Removal from the... View Article
Below is an article published by Greenpeace’s Energy Desk about the latest scandal involving the Kemper County CCS project. This is extremely relevant to the bioenergy with CCS (BECCS) debate:... View Article
Artificial leaf turns carbon dioxide back into carbon dioxide – and this is somehow helping to fight climate change?
This week’s headline news from the world of technofix climate solutions is that a team of researchers led by the University of Illinois-Chicago has developed an artificial leaf. This leaf... View Article
Miserable failure at Kemper “clean coal” plant indicates future failure of “clean bioenergy” climate solution
Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) was granted a huge boost of support by the IPCC’s “mitigation” Working Group in their 5th Assessment Report. Since then growing attention has... View Article