Carbon Dioxide Removal
Large-scale Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR), also known as negative emissions, or carbon drawdown, aims to address the primary human source of climate change by removing carbon dioxide permanently from the atmosphere to be stored underground or under the ocean floor. If deployed at a planetary scale, CDR could help prevent ocean acidification and slow the rate of global warming. CDR is not a substitute for rapidly reducing greenhouse gas emissions, which is essential under any scenario.
Governing Large-Scale Carbon Dioxide Removal:
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Guest post by Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò, Georgetown University
by Cynthia Scharf and Mark Turner
Guest Post by by Mark Workman and Steve Hall
What role can young people play in governing large-scale CO2 removal? Kai-Uwe B. Schmidt from C2G and Bindu Bhandari from Climate Interactive shared their experience and insights into this challenge and opportunity in an ECOS Community Call facilitated by Viktor Jósa,...
C2G Executive Director Janos Pasztor talks about Carbon Dioxide Removal and why it requires governance.
Janos Pasztor discusses C2G’s work on the governance of emerging technologies that intentionally seek to change the Earth’s climate system at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. In this video, he focuses on large-scale Carbon Dioxide Removal...
In the interest of promoting global discussion about the need for governance of large-scale Carbon Dioxide Removal, C2G developed a set of icons representing these approaches, available to all to use freely.
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UNFCCC COP25 SIDE EVENT
11 Dec 2019