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So far Global CO2 Initiative has created 24 blog entries.

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?

2018-10-19T20:51:05+00:00March 26th, 2018|GCI Updates|

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

2018-10-19T20:56:04+00:00March 16th, 2018|GCI Updates|

Did you miss Rob Socolow’s Beyond Carbon Neutral Seminar Series talk on March 15? Check out slides and video here. […]

Get slides, audio from Whendee Silver’s Beyond Carbon Neutral Seminar Series talk: The Climate Change Mitigation Potential of Waste Conversion for Soil Carbon Sequestration

2018-10-19T20:59:37+00:00February 23rd, 2018|GCI Updates|

Did you miss Whendee Silver’s Beyond Carbon Neutral Seminar Series talk, “The Climate Change Mitigation Potential of Waste Conversion for Soil Carbon Sequestration” on February [...]

Get slides from John DeCicco’s BCN Seminar Series talk: Biofuels vs. Biodiversity and the Need to Think Beyond Carbon Neutral

2018-10-19T21:01:58+00:00February 9th, 2018|GCI Updates|

Did you miss John DeCicco’s Beyond Carbon Neutral Seminar Series talk, “Biofuels vs. Biodiversity and the Need to Think Beyond Carbon Neutral” on February 8? His [...]

New BCN DOE Grant- Storing CO2 in Built Infrastructure: CO2 Carbonation of Precast Concrete Products

2019-01-21T15:48:33+00:00November 14th, 2017|GCI Updates|

A team of Beyond Carbon Neutral researchers has received a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy for a research proposal related to work based on preliminary BCN seed funding.This project aims to promote carbon capture and storage technologies within coal-fired plant infrastructure and demonstrate economically viable CO2 storage opportunities. Precast technology developed from this study would have a substantially lower energy footprint, and could possibly be carbon negative due to stored CO2, the use of waste heat and fly ash from coal-based power plants, elimination of prestressing steel, recycling of waste streams from steel and mining industries, and the use of plant fibers. Potential benefits of this work could include development of low-CO2 emissions infrastructure products with longer lifetimes than current technology, incorporation of would-be industrial waste aggregate materials into construction, and creation of ubiquitous CO2 storage in the built environment.

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