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Carbon removal isn’t weird anymore. That worries scientists

Nearly 200 nations agreed to move away from fossil fuels for the first time last week. Yet the CEO of a major U.S. oil and gas producer months earlier saw a different future for the industry.

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Carbon removal isn’t weird anymore. That worries scientists

Carbon removal isn’t weird anymore. That worries scientists

Tech fixes for sucking climate pollution from the air are gaining ground globally. It was never supposed to happen.
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‘Magical’ tech innovations a distraction from real solutions, climate experts warn

Overemphasis on innovation and carbon removal risks distracting from main goal of stopping use of fossil fuels, say scientists.

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Is ocean iron fertilization back from the dead as a CO₂ removal tool?

After a hiatus of more than 10 years, a new round of research into ocean iron fertilization is set to begin, with scientists saying the controversial geoengineering approach has the potential to remove “gigatons per year” of carbon dioxide from Earth’s atmosphere.

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'False promise': DOE's carbon removal plans rankle community advocates

'False promise': DOE's carbon removal plans rankle community advocates

The Department of Energy plans to award $1 billion to two direct air capture hubs on the Gulf Coast. But many in those communities feel left in the dark.
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Engineers put new spin on capturing carbon from the oceans

Membranes are used today to remove carbon dioxide from power plant exhaust; could they be put to use in the ocean?
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U.N. slams carbon removal as unproven and risky

A United Nations panel is casting doubt on the promise of using machines to remove vast amounts of carbon dioxide from the air and sea in order to fight climate change.

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