Geologic storage of carbon dioxide in Europe: FAQ
Carbon dioxide storage in Europe is becoming a major area of interest as countries around the continent look to invest in carbon management. In this post, our expert outlines how it works and why it matters.
Europe could store over three centuries’ worth of carbon emissions
In a new paper, we quantify Europe’s geologic storage capacity, a crucial factor for the decarbonization of heavy industry.
Climate change is here. Pass the California Climate Crisis Act
Wildfires are burning up and down the state of California, and it is clearer now than ever that swift, and bold climate action is necessary.
To make good on its climate goals, California needs carbon capture, removal, and storage technologies
Co-authored by George Peridas, Energy Program Director, Carbon Management Partnership at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory In the rapidly intensifying race to net-zero emissions, California has long been a leader in the United States and around the world, as the policy and innovation developed in California has driven climate action forward both…