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Achieving Gt/y CO2 Utilization with Negative CO2 Emissions

Achieving Gt/y CO2 Utilization with Negative CO2 Emissions

Our global community has been tasked to define and implement a Manhattan style strategy for reducing CO2 emissions at the gigatonne scale. The vision to accomplish this heroic goal is a holistic paradigm, which makes use of all the technologies in the CO2 utilization...

The Role of Theology and Imagination in Climate Ethics

The Role of Theology and Imagination in Climate Ethics

In a focus article recently published within WIREs Climate Change, Clingerman and O’Brien analyze these two very different ways of framing the moral problem of climate change, proposing that each leads to different outcomes for climate ethics and policy.

Understanding Loss from Climate Change, as if People Mattered

Understanding Loss from Climate Change, as if People Mattered

A look beyond predefined risk assessments, an explicit focus on value- and place-based priorities and decision making processes to access the impact on vulnerable communities at the center of analysis, to identify where, how, and when to target concrete efforts for risk reduction and prevent intolerable losses due to climate change.

Interview: Advances in Carbon Dioxide Utilization

Interview: Advances in Carbon Dioxide Utilization

Prof. Elizabeth Biddinger talks about her recent article on copper-based catalysts for carbon dioxide electroreduction, which brings new insights towards the renewable conversion of carbon dioxide, a well-known greenhouse gas, into green fuels and chemicals.

Interview: The Next Generation Bioeconomy

Interview: The Next Generation Bioeconomy

Professor Christos Maravelias of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, USA, and Dr. Jeffrey Herron, now of The Dow Chemical Company talk about their recent article on a systems level approach to biomass upgrading strategies for the next-generation biorefinery.