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CO2 in the construction sector: Capture and reuse opportunities for the next 100 years

Researchers outline the adoption of new materials and processes to reduce or capture and reuse CO2 emissions during all stages of infrastructure’s life cycle By Patricia Delacey The built environment—infrastructure for buildings and transportation—currently produces a large portion of global carbon dioxide emissions, but new technologies have the potential to transform the built environment from…

Climate Change Actions You Can Take Today Copy

Ready to act on climate change? Here are some specific steps you can take in the carbon capture realm. Many people are understandably anxious about the future in a world coping with the existential threat of climate change. For some, this anxiety can become debilitating. For others, however, it is possible to turn climate anxiety…

Deepak Pant Featured in Newsletter

“As a keen observer and contributor to the carbon conversion field, I see a lot of pilots and industrial plants going up that will lead to tremendous growth in the next decade.”~Dr. Deepak Pant, Senior Scientist, Sustainable Chemistry at Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO) Deepak is currently working on electrosynthesis and resource recovery, specifically the design and…

Amy Harder Featured in Newsletter

“It can feel hard to have hope when the challenges are immense — and they are immense, to be clear! — but looking back at the progress we’ve made and knowing that progress often accelerates (especially with technology adoption) gives me hope.”~Amy Harder, Founding Executive Editor of Cipher Amy is founding executive editor of Cipher News, a publication…

New Interactive Way to Learn about Carbon Capture

GCI exhibit on carbon capture and utilization opens at Matthaei Botanic Garden The Global CO2 Initiative is exited to announce that the opening of their “Products from Pollution: Carbon Capture and Utilization” exhibit at Matthaei Botanic Gardens on Saturday, March 2! It will run until April 14. Through this exhibit, visitors will learn about the…

Not all carbon-capture projects pay off for the climate

We mapped the pros and cons of each and found clear winners and losers New publication by the Global CO2 Initiative’s Director, Volker Sick, details research pointing to the best and worse carbon capture projects. Capturing carbon dioxide from the air or industries and recycling it can sound like a win-win climate solution. The greenhouse gas…