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Financing carbon capture: corporate partners lead the way

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Addressing climate change will require tremendous investment in low- and zero-carbon energy technologies. Estimates are as high as $1 trillion per year (PDF) through 2030.

Some of that investment must be in carbon capture technology, which can reduce emissions from both the power and industrial sectors. Carbon capture could provide 13 percent of global emissions reductions through 2050.

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Future of CO2-based Product Technology Unveiled at COP22

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Marrakech, Morocco – Today the Global CO2 Initiative announced major findings and recommendations from its Roadmap for the Global Implementation of Carbon Dioxide Utilization Technologies at the ICEF2016 Roadmap Launch Event at COP22 in Morocco. The Roadmap offers a market assessment and recommendations for the carbon-based products industry (CBPI). The report shows that through broad scale commercialization of products derived from CO2 there are sizable market opportunities while mitigating CO2 emissions.

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Beyond Carbon Neutral Seminar Series: David Skole

sunshine filters through the tall canopy of trees in the forest.

Sequestering Carbon at the Bottom of the Pyramid: Actionable Science for Climate Change Mitigation View the slides (PDF: 23MB) Most climate change mitigation measures can only focus on reducing future emissions. This is particularly true for interventions and policies that target the most important emission source, the burning of fossil fuels. However, forest and agriculture … Read more

Global CO2 Initiative & ICEF Innovation Roadmap Project Unveil Roadmap for Implementation of Carbon Dioxide Utilization Technologies

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Today the Global CO2 Initiative released key findings on the state of carbon dioxide utilization (CO2U) technologies at the 3rd Innovation for Cool Earth Forum (ICEF) in Tokyo, Japan. The findings are set forth in a draft roadmap prepared as part of the ICEF Innovation Roadmap Project with support from Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization.

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