Stephanie Arcusa

Stephanie Arcusa

sarcusa

Order in the Chaos Updated 6 months ago

Certification of Carbon Dioxide Removal (v2) Updated over 1 year ago

To stay below 1.5C warming agreed under the Paris Accord and to return the atmospheric greenhouse gas concentration to a safer level, humanity will need to reduce emissions to net-zero and achieve negative emissions for some time by deploying large-scale Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) that sequester carbon indefinitely. Many CDR activities are in development, some are in testing, and others are ready for large-scale deployment. However, the scale of deployment raises real concerns ranging from wasting time and resources to permanently altering ecosystem functionings and endangering the health and livelihoods of communities.

Certification of Carbon Sequestration Updated 2 years ago

To stay below 1.5C warming agreed under the Paris Accord and to return the atmospheric greenhouse gas concentration to a safer level, humanity will need to reduce emissions to net-zero and achieve negative emissions for some time by deploying large-scale Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) solutions that sequester carbon indefinitely. Many CDR solutions are in development, some are in testing, while others are ready for large-scale deployment. However, the scale of deployment raises real concerns ranging from wasting time and resources to permanently altering ecosystem functionings and endangering the health and livelihoods of communities.

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Who certifies Carbon Dioxide Removal? published Jul 20, 2022