Antacids for the Sea? Artificial Ocean Alkalinization and Climate Change
- Aug 28, 2020 11:58 pm GMT
There is increasing urgency for large-scale deployment of carbon-removal approaches to help avoid passing critical climatic thresholds.Given the severe risks ofmany terrestrialmethods at extremely large scales, there is a compelling need to also assess the potential of marine negative-emissions technologies, such as artificial ocean alkalinization.
The world has turned its back on nuclear energy. I think the reasons are more emotional than based on an understanding of the pros and cons of nuclear power. I understand the expense, development time drawbacks, and waste concerns with..
"There is no perfect energy source"
Written in Spanish by ABC.es for OLATZ HERNÁNDEZ & JOSÉ A. GONZÁLEZ Translation by Germán & Co
National Energy Plan of Türkiye has been announced and published last week by the Ministy of Energy and Natural Resources. The plan which is prepared based on 2053 Net Zero Emission target covers the period of 2020-2035. Some important results of..
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