The Carbon Removal Show

The Carbon Removal Show

The Carbon Removal Show

How do we actually get all this carbon out of the atmosphere?

The Carbon Removal Show team have spent months interviewing the world's experts to distil the key ideas and package them into an engaging audio format. It's now here for you, for free:

Why a podcast?

Making a digestible "go to" resource to understand carbon removal is our way to educate to inspire people at scale

  • Reversing climate change is the defining call of our generation and yet only a fraction of people spend their working day actively working on ways to remove carbon from the global economy
  • Science and policy are only part of the equation: to get to a prosperous, equitable world not dependent on fossil fuels requires accountants, consultants, entrepreneurs, lawyers, salespeople and others to switch or calibrate their focus towards the environment
  • The technology is out there...: huge advances have been made in what's possible to decarbonise the planet
  • ... but can it be made viable?: sustainably scaling new technology (i.e. making a profitable business) requires the involvement of business builders

Episodes

Each week, we take on a new topic or technology that gets us closer to removing carbon at scale

Episodes

Our team

The team behind the show. The Carbon Removal Show (and future Restored.cc podcasts) are a Cofruition production

Team

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A big thank you to everyone we have sat down who have helped explains the past, present and future of carbon removal

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Our Reading List & Sources

TypeNamePublisherPublishing/Release DateSourceSummaryEpisode (tag)Tag(s)ListSeasonEpisode
Website
Carbon Engineering - Our Story
November 10, 2021
5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Source
Season One
Website
Carbon Visuals
November 10, 2021
5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Source
Season One
Resource
Agricultural Land (% land area)
FAO
October 22, 2021
3. Why not just nature?
Source
Season One
Resource
Fertiliser application rates
Our World in Data
October 22, 2021
3. Why not just nature?
Source
Season One
Resource
CO2 concentrations
CO2.earth
October 10, 2021
1. Why negative emissions?
Source
Season One
Article
2021's extraordinary wildfires have released a record amount of CO2
New Scientist
August 20, 2021
2. Why not just trees?
Source
Season One
Article
Is there value in temporary carbon removal?
Robert Hoglund
August 11, 2021
This article argues that temporary carbon removal credits do very little in contributing to solving or slowing the carbon crisis, and offers some alternative strategies (especially for companies) for contributing towards solving the situation.
3. Why not just nature?8. What's stopping us?9. What now?
AgriculturePermanenceCorporate pledgesMeasuring CO2OffsetsCriticism
Reading List
Season One
Article
A Major Climate Idea Is Based on Some Shaky Science
July 31, 2021
3. Why not just nature?
Reading List
Season One
Article
EU sets the scene for carbon removal actions in farming
Euractiv
July 20, 2021
3. Why not just nature?
Source
Season One
Article
Carbon removal hype is becoming a dangerous distraction
MIT Technology Review
July 8, 2021
1. Why negative emissions?8. What's stopping us?9. What now?
CriticismCorporate pledges
Reading List
Season One
Article
Carbon dioxide peaks near 420 parts per million at Mauna Loa observatory
NOAA
June 7, 2021
1. Why negative emissions?
Source
Season One
Resource
The CAT Thermometer
Climate Action Tracker
May 1, 2021
1. Why negative emissions?
Source
Season One
Article
In defence of effective carbon offsetting
Emilien Hoet
April 27, 2021
This article argues that our theoretical opposition to offsetting must be overcome, for us to accept that offsetting forms at least a part of our trajectory to net zero. The author argues that fears of being accused of "greenwashing" can even put companies off taking any action.
8. What's stopping us?
CriticismOffsetsCorporate pledges
Reading List
Season One
Article
Here come the robots: precision and regenerative farming
April 12, 2021
3. Why not just nature?
Source
Season One
Video
Money is pouring into carbon removal technologies, but the companies involved struggle to pay for it
CNBC
March 6, 2021
This video gives an overview of carbon capture, DAC, case studies (Carbon Engineering and Climeworks), and how policy can address the difficulties that DAC and similar companies face in generating revenue.
7. How to scale up?5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Carbon useEconomicsScaling upDACPolicy
Reading List
Season One
Resource
Exxon Mobil 2021 Investor Day Webcast
Exxon Mobil
March 3, 2021
Particularly relevant here are slides 14-17, where ExxonMobil show the potential they see in CCS technologies.
7. How to scale up?6. How to reimagine carbon?5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Carbon useCCS
Reading List
Season One
Resource
Carbon Removal Glossary
Foresight Transitions
March 1, 2021
This spreadsheet provides definitions for well over 100 phrases associated with carbon removal.
1. Why negative emissions?
Overview
Reading List
Season One
Resource
Ecosia Regeneration report
Ecosia
March 1, 2021
Ecosia report on their environmental and social performance, which includes their huge reforestation/afforestation programme.
2. Why not just trees?7. How to scale up?
TreesOffsetsCorporate pledges
Reading List
Season One
Article
From tree planting to CO2-sucking machines: How could ‘negative emissions’ help to tackle the climate crisis?
The Independent
February 10, 2021
A good overview of negative emissions in general, including the challenges faced by each NET
1. Why negative emissions?8. What's stopping us?
Overview
Reading List
Season One
Article
There’s a lot more than Elon Musk’s $100 million riding on carbon removal
Grist
February 10, 2021
Introduction to Elon Musk's carbon removal prize
7. How to scale up?
Inspiring for actionGeneral
Reading List
Season One
Article
The world has lost one-third of its forest, but an end of deforestation is possible
Our World in Data
February 9, 2021
Note the headline finding here differs from that presented by Diego in the episode - the scope of this analysis is global
2. Why not just trees?
Source
Season One
Resource
Microsoft Carbon Removal portfolio
Microsoft
February 2, 2021
This visualisation details who and how much Microsoft is investing in to reach its carbon removal goals. Currently, the portfolio is dominated by forestry projects.
2. Why not just trees?7. How to scale up?9. What now?
Corporate pledgesMeasuring CO2OffsetsTrees
Reading List
Season One
Article
Nature-Based Climate Solutions Are A Key Strategy to Reach Net Zero
Mark Tercek
February 2, 2021
An article from the former president and CEO of The Nature Conservancy on why we need nature-based solutions to reach a net zero economy. He covers the case for, the case against and how companies could "do" nature-based solutions better.
2. Why not just trees?3. Why not just nature?
TreesAgricultureCorporate pledges
Reading List
Season One
Video
One day, your home could be made with mushrooms
The Verge
February 2, 2021
Following the journey of making a brick out of mushrooms, and exploring the future of mushroom-based building materials. These building materials avoid many of the emissions associated with current building practices, and lock some carbon away for the lifetime of the material.
6. How to reimagine carbon?
Carbon useInnovation
Reading List
Season One
Resource
Carbon180 Deep Dives
Carbon180
February 1, 2021
Three-page introductions to the key areas of carbon removal - forests, agriculture, DAC, carbon use and BECCS.
2. Why not just trees?3. Why not just nature?4. Can we do better than nature?6. How to reimagine carbon?5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Carbon useBECCSDACAgricultureTrees
Reading List
Season One
Article
The dirt on soil carbon sequestration
CTVC
February 1, 2021
Recommended by Sophie Purdom
3. Why not just nature?
Reading List
Season One
Article
Soil organic carbon: quantifying and incentivizing its accrual
Nori
January 31, 2021
3. Why not just nature?
Source
Season One
Article
The Air Mining Rush of Carbon Capture
CTVC
January 25, 2021
Recommended by Sophie Purdom
7. How to scale up?
Reading List
Season One
Tweet
Elon Musk's XPRIZE announcement
Elon Musk
January 21, 2021
2. Why not just trees?
Source
Season One
Article
Is your team embedding equity considerations into its carbon removal projects?
GreenBiz
January 18, 2021
How much are we considering environmental justice in our carbon removal projects and investments? At this nascent stage of the industry, we have a real opportunity to embed these considerations, to the benefit of generations to come.
7. How to scale up?8. What's stopping us?
Environmental justiceScaling up
Reading List
Season One
Article
Too Many Companies Are Banking on Carbon Capture to Reach Net Zero
Bloomberg
January 15, 2021
"Net zero is only as good as the net" - explores the problems of some companies over-relying on CDR to reach climate goals, which could lead to some troubling greenwash and ineffective CDR
8. What's stopping us?
Moral hazards
Reading List
Season One
Article
Breaking down the case for massively scaling up carbon removal tech
Axios
January 14, 2021
A useful summary of a Nature Communications study, which models what a massive scale-up in DAC across the world could look like.
7. How to scale up?5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
DACScaling up
Reading List
Season One
Article
Without carbon capture, the world can't meet its climate targets
Forbes
January 10, 2021
1. Why negative emissions?
Reading List
Season One
Letter
Offset-Task-Force-Comment-Letter-01-05-2021
Various authors
January 5, 2021
A letter expressing that the Taskforce on Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets should, for now, focus on quality of existing offsets, rather than scaling up a market (with justification).
7. How to scale up?8. What's stopping us?
OffsetsCriticismScaling upEconomics
Reading List
Season One
Resource
Carbon Dioxide Removal Primer
Various authors
January 1, 2021
A summary of all things carbon dioxide removal related, written by several experts in the field. An invaluable resource, available as a book or freely available online.
1. Why negative emissions?2. Why not just trees?3. Why not just nature?4. Can we do better than nature?7. How to scale up?6. How to reimagine carbon?8. What's stopping us?9. What now?5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Overview
Reading ListSource
Season One
Article
We're bringing environmental justice to the forefront of our work
Carbon180
December 21, 2020
7. How to scale up?
Reading List
Season One
Podcast
Reply All #170 A Song of Impotent Rage
Gimlet
December 17, 2020
The chat about hope and anxiety in the climate fight was really interesting. Made me think about our mission of bringing more people onboard and how we can best navigate the emotional journey that everyone passionate about this confronts at some point or another
Reading List
Season One
Resource
Carbon removal permanence calculator
Carbon Plan
December 9, 2020
This calculator estimates the upfront costs needed to make a temporary carbon removal strategy permanent over time, and allows comparisons with more permanent techniques.
1. Why negative emissions?3. Why not just nature?4. Can we do better than nature?
Carbon cyclePermanenceEconomics
Reading List
Season One
Resource
Carbon removal academy (free course)
John Sanchez
November 30, 2020
Academy with articles, videos and other useful resources split into different chapters. The Carbon Removal Academy is a useful course for getting up to speed with all things carbon removal.
1. Why negative emissions?9. What now?
Overview
Reading List
Season One
Podcast
A Matter of Degrees: Cleaning up the carbon mess
A Matter of Degrees
November 19, 2020
An exploration of different ways that we can remove carbon from the atmosphere. A great place to start on your carbon removal journey.
1. Why negative emissions?
OverviewOffsets
Reading List
Season One
Article
Five rules for evidence communication
Nature
November 19, 2020
A comment article in Nature, offering quick tips and experience from evidence communication. In short: inform, not persuade; offer balance, not false balance; disclose uncertainties; state evidence quality and inoculate against misinformation (i.e. "prebunking" - address concerns or potential misunderstandings directly).
1. Why negative emissions?8. What's stopping us?9. What now?
Evidence communication
Reading List
Season One
Resource
Drax's Towards Carbon Negative Resources
Drax
October 30, 2020
An update on Drax's progress towards being a carbon negative energy producer by 2030.
3. Why not just nature?7. How to scale up?
BECCSCorporate pledges
Reading List
Season One
Podcast
The State of Carbon Capture, Removal and Utilization
The Interchange
October 30, 2020
6. How to reimagine carbon?
Reading List
Season One
Article
With Big Oil declining, carbon removal industry could take its place
Bloomberg
October 27, 2020
7. How to scale up?8. What's stopping us?
Reading List
Season One
Book
From the “Terra Preta de Indio” to the “Terra Preta do Gringo”: A History of Knowledge of the Amazonian Dark Earths
InTech Open
September 17, 2020
4. Can we do better than nature?
Source
Season One
Podcast
Nan Ransohoff and Ryan Orbuch, Stripe Climate Team
My Climate Journey
September 4, 2020
A conversation with two key members of Stripe's climate team, who are responsible for the company's negative emissions commitment made in 2019.
1. Why negative emissions?7. How to scale up?8. What's stopping us?9. What now?
Corporate pledgesPolicyOffsetsEconomics
Reading List
Season One
Podcast
How to Save a Planet: 20 Million Trees
Gimlet
September 3, 2020
This episode first explores YouTuber Mr Beast's campaign to fundraise US$20million to plant 20 million trees, and then asks if trees are the climate solutions we've been looking for.
2. Why not just trees?
Trees
Reading List
Season One
Resource
REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE and the SOIL CARBON SOLUTION
September 1, 2020
3. Why not just nature?
Source
Season One
Academic Journal
Moving toward Net-Zero Emissions Requires New Alliances for Carbon Dioxide Removal
OneEarth
August 21, 2020
This gives some overview of CDR technologies and the barriers we face in scaling up their deployment (governance, policy, acceptability). It argues that industry, researchers, policy-makers and the public must come together to deliver.
7. How to scale up?8. What's stopping us?9. What now?
EconomicsScaling upEvidence communicationPolicy
Reading List
Season One
Article
Are young trees or old forests more important for slowing climate change?
The Conversation
July 30, 2020
2. Why not just trees?
Source
Season One
Article
Carbon Removal Mechanisms
Carbon Plan
July 24, 2020
This article provides a very useful introduction to the carbon cycle, and how the carbon removal mechanisms discussed in the series interact with it. In particular, the distinction between avoided emissions and negative emissions is worth paying attention to.
1. Why negative emissions?
Carbon cycleOverview
Reading List
Season One
Article
Start-ups test ideas to suck CO2 from atmosphere
FT
July 15, 2020
5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Reading List
Season One
Article
A power company’s potent vision: From neutral to negative emissions
McKinsey
July 9, 2020
Drax Group drastically reduced its carbon footprint by shifting from coal to biomass. CEO Will Gardiner discusses the costs and challenges to scaling up its model.
3. Why not just nature?7. How to scale up?
BECCSScaling up
Reading List
Season One
Article
What if carbon removal becomes the new Big Oil?
The Economist
July 4, 2020
7. How to scale up?8. What's stopping us?
Reading List
Season One
Resource
Greenhouse gas emissions
Our World in Data
July 1, 2020
1. Why negative emissions?
Source
Season One
Academic Journal
Public perceptions of carbon dioxide removal in the United States and the United Kingdom
Nature
July 1, 2020
A study of public perceptions of CDR in the UK and US - lots of interesting findings to dig into, including outlining some of the objections that the public may raise to the use of CDR.
8. What's stopping us?1. Why negative emissions?
Public perceptions
SourceReading List
Season One
Article
Driving CO2 emissions to zero (and beyond) with carbon capture, use, and storage
McKinsey
June 30, 2020
An investigation into the CCUS space, assessing the technologies and economics behind several CCUS scenarios over the next decade.
4. Can we do better than nature?7. How to scale up?6. How to reimagine carbon?5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Carbon useCCSEconomics
Reading List
Season One
Article
Solar PV costs fall 82% over the last decade, says IRENA
June 3, 2020
5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Source
Season One
Article
Direct Air Capture: Leveraging technological innovation to safely remove carbon dioxide from ambient air
The Economist
June 1, 2020
Part of a series from The Economist, investigating the potential, risks and readiness behind different carbon removal technologies. This article focuses on DAC.
7. How to scale up?5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
DAC
Reading List
Season One
Resource
We're a group of climate researchers and engineers working on new technologies to remove carbon from the atmosphere. Ask us anything!
Reddit
May 27, 2020
Reading List
Season One
Article
Planting trees doesn't always help with climate change
BBC
May 26, 2020
2. Why not just trees?
Reading ListSource
Season One
Resource
Negative Emissions source materials
Stripe
May 1, 2020
A link to applications completed by different CDR projects for support as part of Stripe's negative emissions commitment
1. Why negative emissions?7. How to scale up?9. What now?
Corporate pledgesOverview
Reading List
Season One
Article
How underground CCS works: low leakage risk, 2%
March 16, 2020
5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Source
Season One
Article
We need to take CO2 out of the sky
Ryan Orbuch
February 22, 2020
A carbon removal 101, written by a non-specialist after a few months of learning. Useful for understanding different measurements of CO2, and for accessing his own reading list for "negative emissions"
1. Why negative emissions?
OverviewMeasuring CO2
Reading List
Season One
Article
Planting Trees Won’t Save the World
New York Times
February 12, 2020
"Focusing on trees as the big solution to climate change is a dangerous diversion"
2. Why not just trees?
TreesCriticism
Reading List
Season One
Article
10 Carbon Capture methods compared: costs, scalability, permanence, cleanness
November 11, 2019
5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Source
Season One
Academic Journal
The technological and economic prospects for CO2 utilization and removal
Nature
November 6, 2019
6. How to reimagine carbon?
Reading List
Season One
Article
Decrement carbon: Stripe's negative emissions commitment
Stripe
August 15, 2019
Stripe's announcement and rationale behind their negative emissions commitment
7. How to scale up?8. What's stopping us?9. What now?
OffsetsCorporate pledges
Reading List
Season One
Article
The positive allure of negative emissions
GreenBiz
August 9, 2019
1. Why negative emissions?
Reading List
Season One
Podcast
S2E8: Salvation in the Air
The Economist
August 1, 2019
"At the dawn of the 20th century, chemists dreamed of extracting nitrogen from the air and turning it into a limitless supply of fertiliser. Sceptics thought they were crazy -- it was possible in theory, but it was unclear if it could be done in practice. What happened next changed the course of 20th-century history, and provides inspiration to innovators pursuing a different dream today: sucking carbon dioxide out of the air to avert climate change. Might they not be quite so crazy after all?"
7. How to scale up?5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
DACScaling upInnovation
Reading List
Season One
Article
A CO2 Direct Air Capture Plant Will Help Extract Oil in Texas. Could This Actually Be Good for the Climate?
July 31, 2019
5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Source
Season One
Resource
The global tree restoration potential
Science
July 5, 2019
Note the erratum
2. Why not just trees?
Source
Season One
Article
Carbon Capture and Storage: technically possible, but politically and economically a bad idea
Richard Jones
June 23, 2019
An argument outlining the perils of reliance on CCS technology to reach net zero emissions
4. Can we do better than nature?8. What's stopping us?5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
CCSBECCSCriticism
Reading List
Season One
Resource
Strengthening and implementing the global response
IPCC
June 1, 2019
Reading List
Season One
Video
The Earth's Carbon Cycle: animated diagram
Robert Rohde
May 22, 2019
Really nice video of the cabron cycle and how it has changed since pre-industrial era
1. Why negative emissions?
Carbon cycle
Reading List
Season One
Article
Carbon Capture: Can CO2-EOR really provide carbon-negative oil?
energypost.eu
May 10, 2019
Exploring and critiquing the use of carbon for enhanced oil recovery (EOR)
6. How to reimagine carbon?
Carbon useCCS
Reading List
Season One
Video
How supercharged plants could slow climate change
TED Talks
April 1, 2019
How we could genetically modify plants to make them better carbon sequesters
3. Why not just nature?4. Can we do better than nature?
InnovationAgriculture
Reading List
Season One
Resource
Bioenergy and Carbon Capture and Storage
March 14, 2019
4. Can we do better than nature?
Source
Season One
Article
How much can forests fight climate change?
Nature
January 15, 2019
2. Why not just trees?
Source
Season One
Resource
Global Warming of 1.5C
IPCC
October 8, 2018
1. Why negative emissions?
Source
Season One
Article
We need to talk about carbon removal
Medium
October 1, 2018
1. Why negative emissions?
General
Reading List
Season One
Resource
Carbon Capture Projects Map
Third Way
July 18, 2018
Map of all active (operational, planned etc) carbon capture projects in the world. Good overview of what's going on where. Correct as of mid-2018.
1. Why negative emissions?9. What now?
Overview
Reading List
Season One
Article
Seven key things to know about negative emissions
Carbon Brief
June 1, 2018
Summarises three research papers which looked to understand the negative emissions space. 7 really useful pointers for key messages about carbon removal at the moment.
9. What now?
General
Reading List
Season One
Article
What is carbon capture and storage and what role can it play in tackling climate change?
May 1, 2018
5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Source
Season One
Article
Climate-smart forestry
EFI
March 28, 2018
2. Why not just trees?
Source
Season One
Academic Journal
Adapting crop rotations to climate change in regional impact modelling assessments
Science Total Environment
March 1, 2018
3. Why not just nature?
Source
Season One
Article
'Silver bullet' ruled out
The Guardian
February 1, 2018
Scientists say climate targets cannot be met using the technologies, which either risk huge damage to the environment or are very costly
8. What's stopping us?
Criticism
Reading List
Season One
Article
Greenhouse gases must be scrubbed from the air
The Economist
November 16, 2017
An early introduction to the need for extracting CO2 from the atmosphere, for hard-to-abate sectors. Uses the example of Sweden's decarbonisation pledge.
1. Why negative emissions?9. What now?
Overview
Reading List
Season One
Academic Journal
Global Sequestration Potential of Increased Organic Carbon in Cropland Soils
November 14, 2017
3. Why not just nature?
Source
Season One
Article
Why Does CO2 get Most of the Attention When There are so Many Other Heat-Trapping Gases?
Union of Concerned Scientists
August 3, 2017
Includes a link to the modelling mentioned in the episode - where 40% CO2 remains after 100yrs, 20% after 1000yrs and 10% after 10,000yrs.
1. Why negative emissions?
Source
Season One
Article
Secrets in the soil
April 5, 2017
4. Can we do better than nature?
Source
Season One
Article
What Can Farmers Do About Climate Change? Dynamic Cropping Systems
February 21, 2017
3. Why not just nature?
Source
Season One
Article
The Trouble with Negative Emissions
Science
October 14, 2016
8. What's stopping us?
General
Reading List
Season One
Article
Intro to 10 'negative emission' technologies
Carbon Brief
April 11, 2016
A whistle-stop tour of 10 major techniques to remove GHGs from atmosphere, along with a helpful diagram and set of explanations.
1. Why negative emissions?
Overview
Reading List
Season One
Article
World's first BECCS facility
Carbon Brief
March 11, 2016
Assessing the scalability, pros and cons to BECCS plant in Illinois
4. Can we do better than nature?
Reading List
Season One
Academic Journal
A commercialization strategy for carbon-negative energy
Nature Energy
January 11, 2016
Climate change mitigation requires gigatonne-scale CO2 removal technologies, yet few examples exist beyond niche markets. The flexibility of thermochemical conversion of biomass and fossil energy, coupled with carbon capture and storage, offers a route to commercializing carbon-negative energy.
3. Why not just nature?7. How to scale up?
BECCSScaling up
Reading List
Season One
Article
Removing CO2 from the atmosphere won't save us
The Conversation
December 7, 2015
An article from two climate scientists, explaining why we must prioritise emission reductions over carbon removals. Published during the Paris climate conference in 2015.
1. Why negative emissions?8. What's stopping us?
CriticismScaling up
Reading List
Season One
Article
Earth has 'lost more than half its trees' since humans first started cutting them down
The Independent
September 2, 2015
2. Why not just trees?
Source
Season One
Article
How much CO2 can trees take up?
Grantham Institute
September 2, 2015
2. Why not just trees?
Source
Season One
Article
CO2 emissions change our atmosphere for centuries
Skeptical Science
July 5, 2015
1. Why negative emissions?
Source
Season One
Article
Only 60 Years of Farming Left If Soil Degradation Continues
Scientific American
December 5, 2014
3. Why not just nature?
Source
Season One
Article
Soil as Carbon Storehouse: New Weapon in Climate Fight?
March 4, 2014
3. Why not just nature?
Source
Season One
Academic Journal
State of the scientific knowledge on properties and genesis of Anthropogenic Dark Earths in Central Amazonia (terra preta de Índio)
April 1, 2012
4. Can we do better than nature?
Source
Season One
Article
Soil Carbon Storage
Nature
January 1, 2012
3. Why not just nature?
Source
Season One
Article
The Carbon Cycle
NASA
June 16, 2011
4. Can we do better than nature?
Source
Season One
Resource
A one tonne carbon tree
Ecometrica
June 1, 2011
2. Why not just trees?
Source
Season One
Resource
Assessment of the major hazard potential of carbon dioxide (CO2)
June 1, 2011
5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Source
Season One
Resource
Climate science: The Big Picture
Skeptical Science
September 24, 2010
1. Why negative emissions?
Source
Season One
Video
Does biochar deliver carbon-negative energy?
May 19, 2010
4. Can we do better than nature?
Source
Season One
Resource
Development of a CO2 transport and storage network in the North Sea
November 6, 2007
5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Source
Season One
Resource
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: the science of geosequestration
August 13, 2007
5. Can we engineer our way out of this?
Source
Season One
Image
FIGURE 4.2 Evidence on carbon dioxide removal (CDR) abatement costs, 2050 deployment potentials, and key side effects.
2.10 Ocean-based carbon removal part 2: what's happening along our coastlines?
Season Two
0
2.10 Ocean-based carbon removal part 2: what's happening along our coastlines?
Source
Climate change and health
2.8 Aledade's carbon removal story: how can smaller companies do more in this space?
Season Two
0
2.8 Aledade's carbon removal story: how can smaller companies do more in this space?
Source
EEA greenhouse gases - data viewer — European Environment Agency
2.5 Iceland: on the road
Season Two
0
2.5 Iceland: on the road
Guest post: How ‘enhanced weathering’ could slow climate change and boost crop yields - Carbon Brief
Season Two
Article
Interview: Scientist warns of "seagrass crisis" in Caribbeans - Xinhua | English.news.cn
2.9 Ocean-based carbon removal part 1: what's so special about kelp?
Season Two
0
2.9 Ocean-based carbon removal part 1: what's so special about kelp?
Article
Marine carbon sinking rates confirm importance of polar oceans | UW News
2.9 Ocean-based carbon removal part 1: what's so special about kelp?
0
2.9 Ocean-based carbon removal part 1: what's so special about kelp?
Source
The CAT Thermometer | Climate Action Tracker
2.4 Iceland: the world's carbon removal capital?
Season Two
0
2.4 Iceland: the world's carbon removal capital?
Article
The Devil’s in the Details for Kelp Forest Biodiversity - LTER
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Weathering of rocks a poor regulator of global temperatures | UW News
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#OceanforClimate days: a week of events for the Ocean in Paris and Bourget - Ocean & Climate Platform
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#REF!
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10 Carbon Capture methods compared: costs, scalability, permanence, cleanness
6. How to reimagine carbon?
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12 organizations delivering on the promise of blue carbon | World Economic Forum
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2012 Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey: Energy Usage Summary
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278 IPCC Special Report on Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage
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7.3.4 Ocean Carbon Cycle Processes and Feedbacks to Climate
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A dangerous distraction: why offsetting will worsen the climate and nature emergencies
8. What's stopping us?
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A recent increase in global wave power as a consequence of oceanic warming
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A threat and a solution – tourism’s role in mangrove protection - Climate Champions
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2.10 Ocean-based carbon removal part 2: what's happening along our coastlines?
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A World Without Mangroves?
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About | Aledade
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Accelerating the shift to sustainability by harnessing the power of kelp.
2.9 Ocean-based carbon removal part 1: what's so special about kelp?
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2.9 Ocean-based carbon removal part 1: what's so special about kelp?
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Aledade Expands National Footprint With Three New Offices,
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2.8 Aledade's carbon removal story: how can smaller companies do more in this space?
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2.8 Aledade's carbon removal story: how can smaller companies do more in this space?
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Aledade’s Next Big Step: Going Carbon Neutral | Aledade
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Amazon plant diversity revealed by a taxonomically verified species list
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2.10 Ocean-based carbon removal part 2: what's happening along our coastlines?
Article
Amazon rainforest ability to soak up carbon dioxide is falling | Science | AAAS
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2.3 Live in London: Getting removal right for people and planet
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An Introduction to CarbonCure’s Verified Carbon Dioxide Removal Program
6. How to reimagine carbon?
Source
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Anthropogenic and Natural Radiative Forcing
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2.6 Offsetting: how to do it right
Arctic Fox: Climeworks first direct air capture plant.
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Article
Asbestos could be a powerful weapon against climate change (you read that right) | MIT Technology Review
2.7 How Microsoft offsets emissions
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2.7 How Microsoft offsets emissions
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Assessing the influence of ocean alkalinity enhancement on a coastal phytoplankton community
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2.10 Ocean-based carbon removal part 2: what's happening along our coastlines?
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Assessing the potential of CO2 utilisation in the UK
6. How to reimagine carbon?
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Atmosfair Airline Index
2.6 Offsetting: how to do it right
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2.6 Offsetting: how to do it right
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Biochar
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2.10 Ocean-based carbon removal part 2: what's happening along our coastlines?
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Biochar Carbon Stability Test Method: An assessment of methods to determine biochar carbon stability
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2.10 Ocean-based carbon removal part 2: what's happening along our coastlines?
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Biochar kiln | Make biochar at home
Earthly Biochar
4. Can we do better than nature?
Source
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BLUE CARBON - NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTIONS INVENTORY Appendix to: Coastal blue carbon ecosystems
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2.10 Ocean-based carbon removal part 2: what's happening along our coastlines?
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Blue Carbon Challenge
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2.10 Ocean-based carbon removal part 2: what's happening along our coastlines?
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Blue Lagoon - The History - NAT
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2.5 Iceland: on the road
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Blue Symbiosis Website
7. How to scale up?
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Briefing: Net Zero for corporates | The Carbon Trust
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2.8 Aledade's carbon removal story: how can smaller companies do more in this space?
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Britain Talks Climate: a toolkit for engaging the British public on climate change - Climate Outreach
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2.3 Live in London: Getting removal right for people and planet
Article
Can an Army of Mechanical Trees Save the Planet? - LeafScore
2.1 Communicating carbon at the science museum
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2.1 Communicating carbon at the science museum
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Can an Enchanting Green-Colored Sand Reverse Climate Change?
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Carbfix - How it works
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2.5 Iceland: on the road
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Carbo Culture website
Carbo Culture
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Website
Carbon capture solutions | Negative emissions | MechanicalTree™
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2.1 Communicating carbon at the science museum
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2.1 Communicating carbon at the science museum
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Carbon Cycle
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2.9 Ocean-based carbon removal part 1: what's so special about kelp?
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Carbon Dioxide Conversion to Methanol: Opportunities and Fundamental Challenges | IntechOpen
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2.5 Iceland: on the road
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Carbon Dioxide in the Ocean and Atmosphere | Encyclopedia.com
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Carbon Dioxide Removal Frequently Asked Questions U.S. Department of Energy
2.7 How Microsoft offsets emissions
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2.7 How Microsoft offsets emissions
Academic Journal
Carbon dioxide utilization in concrete curing or mixing might not produce a net climate benefit
6. How to reimagine carbon?
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Carbon Market: Overview
6. How to reimagine carbon?
Source
Season One
Article
Carbon markets – COP26 closes biggest loopholes but lacks clarity on voluntary trade
9. What now?
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Carbon Negative Shot | Department of Energy
2.7 How Microsoft offsets emissions
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2.7 How Microsoft offsets emissions
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Carbon offsets price may rise 3,000% by 2029 under tighter rules
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2.6 Offsetting: how to do it right
Carbon Removal
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Carbon removal at COP26 & the US commits billions towards DAC
9. What now?
SourceReading List
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Carbon removal mechanisms
6. How to reimagine carbon?
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Carbon Removal Program | Microsoft CSR
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Carbon sequestration in mangrove forests
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Carbon stocks of mangroves and salt marshes of the Amazon region, Brazil
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Carbonate-silicate cycle predictions of Earth-like planetary climates and testing the habitable zone concept
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2.10 Ocean-based carbon removal part 2: what's happening along our coastlines?
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CarbonCure's Sustainable Concrete Solution - Concrete Technology Reducing Carbon Impact
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2.8 Aledade's carbon removal story: how can smaller companies do more in this space?
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Carbontech - Carbon180 Fact Sheet
7. How to scale up?6. How to reimagine carbon?
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CCSA calls for increased CCUS roll-out to empower UK’s industrial regions - CCSA
2.2 The State of UK Carbon Removal
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2.2 The State of UK Carbon Removal
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Certification of carbon removals – EU rules
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2.7 How Microsoft offsets emissions
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Chapter 3 - Status and Trends for the World’s Kelp Forests
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2.9 Ocean-based carbon removal part 1: what's so special about kelp?
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Charm | Carbon removal technology | Charm Industrial
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2.8 Aledade's carbon removal story: how can smaller companies do more in this space?
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Climate Change Committee: The Sixth Carbon Budget Greenhouse gas removals
2.2 The State of UK Carbon Removal
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2.2 The State of UK Carbon Removal
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Climate change: yes, your individual action does make a difference
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2.3 Live in London: Getting removal right for people and planet
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Climate Implications — RethinkX
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2.5 Iceland: on the road
CO2 Removal – Kelp Blue
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Coastal spreading of olivine to control atmospheric CO2 concentrations: A critical analysis of viability
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Concrete CO2 Fact Sheet
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COP21 : The Ocean has joined the great climate negotiation entente - Ocean & Climate Platform
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COP21 : The Ocean has joined the great climate negotiation entente - Ocean & Climate Platform
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COP26 Outcomes: Review and Analysis
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COP26 President Closing Remarks
9. What now?
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Could kelp help relieve ocean acidification? | Stanford News
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Could kelp help relieve ocean acidification? | Stanford News
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CRI - Carbon Recycling International
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CRI - Carbon Recycling International
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Criteria for high-quality carbon dioxide removal
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Criteria for high-quality carbon dioxide removal
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De Beers Group invests US$2 million in Kelp Blue, an innovative start-Up focused on growing underwater Kelp forests to lock away CO2
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De Beers Group invests US$2 million in Kelp Blue, an innovative start-Up focused on growing underwater Kelp forests to lock away CO2
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Developing a framework for responsible innovation
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Developing a framework for responsible innovation
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Direct Air Capture - Analysis IEA
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Direct Air Capture - Analysis IEA
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Disaster-related displacement in a changing climate | World Meteorological Organization
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Disaster-related displacement in a changing climate | World Meteorological Organization
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Distance Calculator, Distance Between Cities, Distance Chart for Countries around the World.
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Distance Calculator, Distance Between Cities, Distance Chart for Countries around the World.
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Distant Imagery: Community Built Ecologically Based Drone Mangrove Restoratio
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Distant Imagery: Community Built Ecologically Based Drone Mangrove Restoratio
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Academic Journal
Does biochar improve soil water retention? A systematic review and meta-analysis
4. Can we do better than nature?
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Dr. Jane Goodall's Best Quotes - Eco-Age
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Dr. Jane Goodall's Best Quotes - Eco-Age
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Driving sustainability in industrial clusters
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2.2 The State of UK Carbon Removal
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DVM: The World’s Biggest Game of Hide-and-Seek
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Eight Years. One Thousand Practices. One Thousand Employees. A Billion Dollars Saved.
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Eight Years. One Thousand Practices. One Thousand Employees. A Billion Dollars Saved.
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Energy Profile - Iceland
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Energy Profile - Iceland
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Enhanced chemical weathering as a geoengineering strategy to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide, supply nutrients, and mitigate ocean acidification
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Enhanced chemical weathering as a geoengineering strategy to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide, supply nutrients, and mitigate ocean acidification
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Enhanced chemical weathering as a geoengineering strategy to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide, supply nutrients, and mitigate ocean acidification
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Enhanced chemical weathering as a geoengineering strategy to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide, supply nutrients, and mitigate ocean acidification
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Video
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Enhanced Rock Weathering for Carbon Dioxide Removal' Science Communication video
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ESG Whistleblower Calls Out Wall Street Greenwashing
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ESG Whistleblower Calls Out Wall Street Greenwashing
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Evidence on carbon dioxide removal (CDR) abatement costs, 2050 deployment potentials, and key side effects.
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Evidence on carbon dioxide removal (CDR) abatement costs, 2050 deployment potentials, and key side effects.
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Evolution and break down of global anthropogenic CO2 emissions until 2100.
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Evolution and break down of global anthropogenic CO2 emissions until 2100.
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Focus Areas – Kelp Forest Foundation
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Focus Areas – Kelp Forest Foundation
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Four Regional Clean Direct Air Capture Hubs | Department of Energy
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Four Regional Clean Direct Air Capture Hubs | Department of Energy
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Four Regional Clean Direct Air Capture Hubs | Department of Energy
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Four Regional Clean Direct Air Capture Hubs | Department of Energy
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Frontiers | An Overview of the Status and Challenges of CO2 Storage in Minerals and Geological Formations
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Frontiers | Carbon and Beyond: The Biogeochemistry of Climate in a Rapidly Changing Amazon
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Frontiers | Carbon and Beyond: The Biogeochemistry of Climate in a Rapidly Changing Amazon
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Frontiers | Estimating the Aboveground Carbon Density of Coniferous Forests by Combining Airborne LiDAR and Allometry Models at Plot Level
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Frontiers | Estimating the Aboveground Carbon Density of Coniferous Forests by Combining Airborne LiDAR and Allometry Models at Plot Level
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Future of the Sea: Ocean Acidification
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Future of the Sea: Ocean Acidification
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Geothermal power plants - U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)
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Geothermal power plants - U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)
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Giant Kelp
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Giant Kelp
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Global aviation effective radiative forcing (ERF) Terms image
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Global Carbon and Other Biogeochemical Cycles and Feedbacks
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Global Carbon and Other Biogeochemical Cycles and Feedbacks
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Global coal production, 2018-2021
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Global coal production, 2018-2021
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Article
Global maps of twenty-first century forest carbon fluxes
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Global maps of twenty-first century forest carbon fluxes
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Government of Iceland | Climate Change
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Government of Iceland | Climate Change
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Greenhouse gas emission offsetting by refrigerant recovery from WEEE: A case study on a WEEE recycling plant in Korea
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2.6 Offsetting: how to do it right
Greenhouse gas emission offsetting by refrigerant recovery from WEEE: A case study on a WEEE recycling plant in Korea
Season Two
Website
Greenhouse Gas Removal Programme – Investigating the feasibility of large-scale removal of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases from the atmosphere to achieve climate policy goals
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2.2 The State of UK Carbon Removal
Greenhouse Gas Removal Programme – Investigating the feasibility of large-scale removal of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases from the atmosphere to achieve climate policy goals
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Greenhouse Gas Removal | Royal Society
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Greenhouse Gas Removal | Royal Society
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Growing global aggregates sustainably
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Growing global aggregates sustainably
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Guest post: How ‘enhanced weathering’ could slow climate change and boost crop yields - Carbon Brief
Season Two
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Guest post: How ‘enhanced weathering’ could slow climate change and boost crop yields
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Guest post: How ‘enhanced weathering’ could slow climate change and boost crop yields
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Guest post: The oceans are absorbing more carbon than previously thought
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Guest post: The oceans are absorbing more carbon than previously thought
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he Role of Blue Carbon in Climate Change Mitigation and Carbon Stock Conservation
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he Role of Blue Carbon in Climate Change Mitigation and Carbon Stock Conservation
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Health Care Pollution And Public Health Damage In The United States: An Update | Health Affairs
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Health Care Pollution And Public Health Damage In The United States: An Update | Health Affairs
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Health Care's Climate Footprint
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Health Care's Climate Footprint
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Hellisheidi Geothermal Power Plant, Hengill, Iceland
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Hellisheidi Geothermal Power Plant, Hengill, Iceland
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History of forests in Iceland | Skógræktin
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History of forests in Iceland | Skógræktin
Season Two
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Home > First Movers Coalition | World Economic Forum
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Home > First Movers Coalition | World Economic Forum
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Academic journal
Household CO2 Emissions: Current Status and Future Perspectives
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Household CO2 Emissions: Current Status and Future Perspectives
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How big is the carbon removal market today? - by Kevin
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How big is the carbon removal market today? - by Kevin
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How green sand could capture billions of tons of carbon dioxide
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How green sand could capture billions of tons of carbon dioxide
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How Iceland Is Regrowing Forests Destroyed by the Vikings
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How Iceland Is Regrowing Forests Destroyed by the Vikings
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How Much CO2 Can The Oceans Take Up? | The Keeling Curve
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How Much CO2 Can The Oceans Take Up? | The Keeling Curve
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How Much CO2 Does A Tree Absorb?
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How Much CO2 Does A Tree Absorb?
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