Carbon removal technology is capturing more than just greenhouse gases. It’s also sucking up billions of investor dollars.
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A recent paper calculates the cost and emission reduction potential of a “carbon takeback obligation” that would require fossil producers to permanently store a tonne of carbon for every tonne they take out of the...
New research reveals that blooms of the widespread gelatinous zooplankton—along with their feces, daily vertical migrations, and carcasses—increase marine carbon export.
A new study analyzing patents in Europe shows “a clear shift of innovation from traditional, carbon-intensive methods to new technologies with the potential to decarbonize hydrogen production.”
As demand for electric vehicles ramps up, environmental stumbling blocks have emerged.
Natural and engineered nature-based structures offer promise for storm-related disaster risk reduction and flood mitigation, as long as researchers can adequately monitor and study them.
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Guy Dauncey’s Big Solutions: The COP15 biodiversity conference in Montreal has ambitious goals. Here’s how we could embed these goals into our economies.
High level group releases report at Cop27 saying policies should be ‘about cutting emissions, not corners’.