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- Nov 10, 2021
A Dwindling Ozone Layer Could Severely Hinder Carbon Sequestration
Scientists unexpectedly discover how the ozone layer helps limit global warming.
- Aug 29, 2021
VGRID Proposes Turning California’s Dead Flammable Trees into Biochar
Dead vegetation is providing tinder for California's worsening wildfires. VGRID wants to harvest it for biochar production.
- Aug 25, 2021
Rising Harvard Freshman Devinder Sarai’s Plan to Slow Climate Change
Witnessing increasing natural disasters near his Ottawa home, Devinder Sarai decided to take bold action on climate change.
- Aug 18, 2021
Growing Interest in Algae as a Carbon Capture and Biofuel Solution
Phytoplankton, a microscopic marine algae is showing promise as a viable carbon capture solution that also yields usable biomass.
- Jul 8, 2021
Grasslands are an Overlooked Carbon Sink Right Beneath Our Feet
Studies show that grasslands have an equal or greater potential for carbon sequestration than forests.
- Jun 24, 2021
Trees Fight Climate Change, but They’re Not a Knockout
With carbon offsets in vogue, trees get outsized attention for their ability to sequester carbon, but don't get to the root of the problem.
- Jun 14, 2021
Blue Carbon: How We Can Harness Our Coasts to Mitigate Climate Change
New research shows how coastal ecosystems are highly productive carbon sinks.
- Jun 11, 2021
Turning Emissions into Rock: How Researchers are Looking to Scrub Carbon from the Ocean
Researches are exploring one hard way to restore the oceans' natural pH — convert the excess carbon dioxide into rock.
- Jun 10, 2021
Scaling up Biochar: A Revived Prospect for Carbon Sequestration and Soil Regeneration
Airex Energy and SUEZ Group have announced plans to industrialize biochar production.
- Jun 2, 2021
Navigator Announces Plan for 1,200-Mile Carbon Capture Storage Pipeline Across Midwest
Navigator CO2 Ventures has plans for a carbon capture pipeline system to to keep carbon dioxide waste out of the atmosphere.
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