New Networks Compendium
- Jun 28, 2022 4:20 pm GMT
I started writing the “New NETWORKS” series almost two years ago. Thus, it didn’t surprise me recently when, that there were major developments in negative emissions technology (NET). The first was a subject I wrote about over a year ago:
XPRIZE officially launched the $100 Million XPRIZE Carbon Removal competition. In honor of the launch, XPRIZE founder Peter H. Diamandis sat down with Elon Musk, who is funding the competition through the Musk Foundation.
The above contest has now reached a major milestone which is covered in section 2. A summary of a report on Negative Emissions Technologies and Reliable Sequestration from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine is contained in Section 3.
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