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Guest post: Seven key things to know about ‘negative emissions’

newly planted field of trees in plastic protective tubes
Newly planted field of trees in plastic protective tubes, Suffolk, UK. Credit: geogphotos / Alamy Stock Photo.

Prof Jan Minx is head of the applied sustainability science working group at the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC) and Priestley Chair of climate change and public policy at the University of Leeds; Dr Sabine Fuss is head of the sustainable resource management and global change working group at the MCC; and Prof Gregory Nemet is associate professor of public affairs and environmental studies at the University of Wisconsin at Madison

June 1, 2018 — Despite the ambitious long-term climate goals of the Paris Agreement, there remains a distinct lack of success at ushering in immediate and sustained reductions in global CO2 emissions. Continue reading Guest post: Seven key things to know about ‘negative emissions’

Can more trees, carbon capture or biochar solve our CO2 problem

reforestation
Reforestation is the least controversial negative emissions technology – but a substantial amount of good quality land is needed. Photograph: Jenny Bonner/Getty Images

As CO2 levels rise, controversial techniques including carbon capture and storage, enhanced weathering and reforestation may be solutions

May 5, 2017 — In the 2015 Paris climate agreement, 195 nations committed to limit global warming to two degrees above pre-industrial levels. But some, like Eelco Rohling, professor of ocean Continue reading Can more trees, carbon capture or biochar solve our CO2 problem