By Volker Sick, Global CO2 Initiative Lead Following the conclusion of United Nations climate negotiations one thing is abundantly clear: we need much more investment in [...]
Prior to the release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, experts anticipated it to be the “most critical and controversial report on climate change.” As shown in today’s report, it is increasingly clear that transitioning to renewable energy is not enough if we are to meet our climate goals. We are faced with a critical need to accelerate the decarbonization of heavy industrial sectors and the removal of some CO2 from the atmosphere.
The Global CO2 Initiative at the University of Michigan Publishes Valuable Toolkit to Assess CO2 Utilization Technology
ANN ARBOR – The Global CO2 Initiative at the University of Michigan has released the Techno-Economic Assessment (TEA) and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Guidelines for CO2 Utilization.
Illustration: Rebecca Zisser/Axios By Amy Harder, Axios Technology behind capturing carbon dioxide emissions and turning them into everyday products — everything from lipstick to concrete — [...]
‘Carbon negative, dollar positive:’ Initiative aspires to turn a greenhouse gas into profitable products
ANN ARBOR—Removing carbon dioxide from the air and turning it into useful products is the long-term goal of a new initiative at the University of [...]
Want to check out Noah Diech's March 29 talk, "Opportunities for Advancing CO2 Removal Technology and Policy?"
Beyond Carbon Neutral Seminar Series: Tim Pearson of Winrock International Asks: Can Land Management Contribute to a Net Carbon Sink, and Can it be Monitored Accurately?
Did you miss Tim Pearson’s Beyond Carbon Neutral Seminar Series talk on March 22? Check out slides and video here. […]
Check out video, slides from Rob Socolow’s Beyond Carbon Neutral Seminar Series talk, Truths We Must Tell Ourselves to Manage Climate Change
Did you miss Rob Socolow’s Beyond Carbon Neutral Seminar Series talk on March 15? Check out slides and video here. […]