Scientist: ‘I’m pretty sure we will need carbon removal technologies’

By |september 6th, 2019|BECCS, direct air capture, negative emission technologies, News|

Sucking CO2 from the air to mitigate global warming may sound silly at first, but it’s likely to be necessary nonetheless, says Nils Røkke. And the more we delay it, the higher will be the demand for carbon removal technologies in the future, he warns.

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Carbon-capture ‘feasibility’ splits MEPs in 2050 planning

By |februar 6th, 2019|carbon capture and storage, CCS, direct air capture, Miguel Arias Cañete, News|

EU lawmakers are divided over how much the bloc’s climate planning should rely on carbon removal technologies, after a draft appraisal of the European Commission’s 2050 strategy questioned their “feasibility”.

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Dangerous global warming unstoppable without geo-engineering, says study

By |avgust 23rd, 2017|carbon capture and storage, direct air capture, News, Paris Agreement|

The international community has already missed its chance to limit global warming to between 1.5 and 2 degrees Celsius, according to a new study by Switzerland-based researchers. But a solution to the problem could lie in geo-engineering technologies.

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