October 28th, 2019 | by Michael Barnard
Researching air-carbon capture for use post-2050 remains a very good means of establishing the intellectual capital and basic technologies for when it makes sense to use them. But attempts to commercialize them today are premature
September 6th, 2019 | by Michael Barnard
Yang’s single largest dollar expenditure, 62% of his US$4.9 trillion budget, would only impact 2% to 5% of US energy consumption. And his investments on geoengineering, fusion, and thorium nuclear generation are purely wasted expenditures
June 17th, 2019 | by Frugal Moogal
Switzerland-based Climeworks is now allowing anyone in the world the opportunity to turn their travel emissions into stone
April 20th, 2019 | by Michael Barnard
Air carbon capture, especially as Carbon Engineering is doing it, is a fig leaf for the fossil fuel industry
April 19th, 2019 | by Michael Barnard
Carbon Engineering's solution is only useful in tapped-out oil wells and as greenwashing for fossil fuel companies
April 14th, 2019 | by Michael Barnard
Carbon Engineering's solution would require 2-kilometer long, 20 meter high walls of noisy fans to capture 4 orders of magnitude less carbon than would be useful.
March 14th, 2019 | by Michael Barnard
There are three problems with carbon capture and sequestration — capture, shipping and long-term disposal — and air carbon capture only deals poorly with the first of the three.