Carbon Capture & Sequestration: The Elephants Do It, Why Can’t We?

Credit to Author: Tina Casey| Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2023 11:55:32 +0000

Elephants in Africa are emerging as expert carbon capture and sequestration engineers, without pipelines or pricey infrastructure.

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Regenerative Agriculture Finds Its Mojo, With Or Without Agrivoltaics

Credit to Author: Tina Casey| Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2023 15:15:31 +0000

regenerative agriculture agrivoltaics usda solar energyPrivate investors, public funding, and agrivoltaics are all converging on regenerative agriculture like a thousand points of light.

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6 Ways to Remove Carbon Pollution from the Atmosphere

Credit to Author: World Resources Institute| Date: Sun, 19 Mar 2023 18:32:25 +0000

Since the Industrial Revolution, humans have emitted more than 2,000 gigatons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. (A gigaton is one billion metric tons.) This concentration of CO2 and other greenhouse gases in the air causes the climate change impacts we’re experiencing today, from forest fires to stifling heat waves and damaging sea level rise […]

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Carbon Sequestration (For Dummies)

Credit to Author: Naomi Cole & Joe Wachunas| Date: Sun, 29 Jan 2023 14:00:17 +0000

A number of organizations have charted a path to a decarbonized world by 2050 and broken down required action into four areas or “pathways.” In recent posts, we discussed the first three pathways — decarbonizing electricity, electrifying everything, and using energy efficiently. We also discussed how individuals can take part in, and move the needle on, […]

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Keeping Coal Relevant: University of Wyoming Leads the Way

Credit to Author: Aaron Larson| Date: Thu, 05 May 2022 17:33:00 +0000

To say the coal industry faces challenges is an understatement. Coal-fired power plants are being retired around the globe as efforts to decarbonize the world’s power supply have intensified due to climate change concerns. That’s a problem for people working in the coal industry, as well as for states and governments that rely on coal […]

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Biochar Has Potential To Enhance Agriculture In California & Mitigate Climate Change

Credit to Author: Guest Contributor| Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2022 17:40:31 +0000

biocharThe COVID-19 pandemic shut down large sections of global commerce in 2020, causing economic disruption worldwide. Industry slowed tremendously, which yielded significant declines in global economic output and a substantial drop in greenhouse gas emissions. As preliminary data rolls in for 2021, it is clear that international commerce is recovering. In the US, greenhouse gas […]

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Nature-Based Solutions Can Tap The Earth’s Carbon-Sequestering Powers

Credit to Author: Carolyn Fortuna| Date: Tue, 05 Apr 2022 18:43:14 +0000

nature-based solutionsBiodiversity is the diversity of life from the level of gene to the level of the ecosystem. The newest IPCC report cites the value of nature in reducing vulnerability across multiple sectors.

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Yang Would Spend $3 Trillion On Residential Solar, But The Same Money Could Decarbonize The Grid Entirely

Credit to Author: Michael Barnard| Date: Sat, 07 Sep 2019 03:50:26 +0000

Yang’s single largest dollar expenditure, 62% of his US$4.9 trillion budget, would only impact 2% to 5% of US energy consumption. And his investments on geoengineering, fusion, and thorium nuclear generation are purely wasted expenditures

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