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Port of Seattle seeds Elliott Bay with Olympia oysters - Queen Anne and Mangolia News

GCS IN THE NEWS - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 22:38

Queen Anne and Mangolia News

Port of Seattle seeds Elliott Bay with Olympia oysters
Queen Anne and Mangolia News
The Blue Carbon Pilot Project includes planting salt marsh vegetation, eelgrass meadows and kelp beds, which also assist in carbon sequestration, and create habitat for salmon and herring, Felleman said. Those plantings are expected to occur later this ...

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The Amazon Rainforest Is Adapting to Climate Change, But Not Fast Enough - Gizmodo

GCS IN THE NEWS - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 19:22

Gizmodo

The Amazon Rainforest Is Adapting to Climate Change, But Not Fast Enough
Gizmodo
If the Amazon cannot keep pace, that could threaten the ability of the forest to provide crucial ecosystem services, from carbon sequestration to protection of the region's immense biodiversity. But lead study author Adriane Esquivel Muelbert said ...

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NRCS' Healthy Forests Reserve Program helps owners preserve, manage tracts - Brainerd Dispatch

GCS IN THE NEWS - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 15:31

NRCS' Healthy Forests Reserve Program helps owners preserve, manage tracts
Brainerd Dispatch
Carbon sequestration would occur naturally with older forests in the mix. "It's important for our ecology to keep forests as working forests," Kopp said. While landowners might prefer the look of overly mature trees, maintaining an even-aged stand isn ...

Scientists renew calls to fast track carbon capture and storage - Imperial College London

GCS IN THE NEWS - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 14:04

Imperial College London

Scientists renew calls to fast track carbon capture and storage
Imperial College London
Dr Pini will be presenting innovative research aimed at improving experts' fundamental understanding of fluid behaviour and flow in the context of Geologic Carbon Sequestration (GCS), using imaging techniques which enable an unprecedented level of ...

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Scientists renew calls to fast track carbon capture and storage - Imperial College London

GCS IN THE NEWS - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 14:01

Imperial College London

Scientists renew calls to fast track carbon capture and storage
Imperial College London
Scientists from ELEGANCY are holding a conference following their first year of working to fast-track carbon capture and storage in Europe by 2020. Taking place on 8 November in Brussels, the ELEGANCY conference will host speakers from the project who ...

We Must Remove Carbon from the Atmosphere to Limit Climate Change: Here's How We Can Do It - Newsweek

GCS IN THE NEWS - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 13:27

Newsweek

We Must Remove Carbon from the Atmosphere to Limit Climate Change: Here's How We Can Do It
Newsweek
Long-term carbon sequestration would rely on injecting captured carbon into saline aquifers, oil and gas fields, coal beds, and into oceans. Geologic capture and sequestration exploits reactions with silicate rocks to mimic natural weathering processes ...
A radically realistic climate visionGulf Times
Opinion | The power to change climate change is with each one of usMoneycontrol.com

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Transforming carbon dioxide into industrial fuels - Science Daily

GCS IN THE NEWS - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 08:00
Transforming carbon dioxide into industrial fuels  Science Daily

One day in the not-too-distant future, the gases coming from power plants and heavy industry, rather than spewing into the atmosphere, could be captured and ...

Scientists renew calls to fast track carbon capture and storage | Imperial News - Imperial College London

GCS IN THE NEWS - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 08:00
Scientists renew calls to fast track carbon capture and storage | Imperial News  Imperial College London

CARBON CAPTURE - Scientists from ELEGANCY are holding a conference following their first year of working to fast-track carbon capture and storage in ...

We Must Remove Carbon from the Atmosphere to Limit Climate Change: Here's How We Can Do It - Newsweek

GCS IN THE NEWS - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 08:00
We Must Remove Carbon from the Atmosphere to Limit Climate Change: Here's How We Can Do It  Newsweek

Climate intervention offers a grand challenge but can serve to offer a vision of the future that may bring global action.

Companies Acting On Deforestation Have A Legality Issue - Ecosystem Marketplace

GCS IN THE NEWS - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 03:15

Ecosystem Marketplace

Companies Acting On Deforestation Have A Legality Issue
Ecosystem Marketplace
We need to increase carbon sequestration too, dramatically. That finding is renewing interest in halting the loss of tropical forests, which would not only eliminate a key contributor to climate change but also begin to rebuild carbon sinks. A wave of ...

What Might Happen If Farmers Were Paid To Use No-Till? - AgWeb

GCS IN THE NEWS - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 23:28

AgWeb

What Might Happen If Farmers Were Paid To Use No-Till?
AgWeb
For example, if governments wanted to increase soil carbon sequestration they could ask farmers to adopt no-till with a per-acre subsidy, the authors explained in a recent press release. Or a carbon market such as the one used in California allows ...

Chicago Wilderness Survey Shows Hope for Threatened Grassland Birds - Chicago Tonight | WTTW

GCS IN THE NEWS - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 22:43

Chicago Tonight | WTTW

Chicago Wilderness Survey Shows Hope for Threatened Grassland Birds
Chicago Tonight | WTTW
... survey also shows that restorating remaining grasslands in the Chicago area carries a value of more than $900 million – in the form of “ecosystem services,” such as carbon sequestration, pollinator services, water quality and infiltration and flood ...

What Might Happen If Farmers Were Paid To Use No-Till? - agprofessional.com

GCS IN THE NEWS - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 19:53

What Might Happen If Farmers Were Paid To Use No-Till?
agprofessional.com
For example, if governments wanted to increase soil carbon sequestration they could ask farmers to adopt no-till with a per-acre subsidy, the authors explained in a recent press release. Or a carbon market such as the one used in California allows ...

Our buildings could help reverse global warming, instead of being a major cause - Massive

GCS IN THE NEWS - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 15:45

Massive

Our buildings could help reverse global warming, instead of being a major cause
Massive
But the situation might not be as grim as it sounds: concrete can absorb carbon dioxide and store it permanently, a process known as carbon sequestration. The absorption occurs at different rates depending on the particular mix of concrete, which is ...

Our buildings could help reverse global warming, instead of being a major cause - Massive

GCS IN THE NEWS - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 15:45

Massive

Our buildings could help reverse global warming, instead of being a major cause
Massive
But the situation might not be as grim as it sounds: concrete can absorb carbon dioxide and store it permanently, a process known as carbon sequestration. The absorption occurs at different rates depending on the particular mix of concrete, which is ...

Filmmaker Says, 'It's Not the Cow's Fault' and 'Millennials Are Our Only Hope' - Forbes

GCS IN THE NEWS - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 14:00

Forbes

Filmmaker Says, 'It's Not the Cow's Fault' and 'Millennials Are Our Only Hope'
Forbes
In Kiss the Ground, Tickell looks at soil's potential to sequester carbon. He notes that each acre of agricultural land has the potential to store up to 10 tons of carbon. Extending that across 10 billion acres of farmland, there is tremendous ...

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Reducing US Coal Emissions Through Biomass and Carbon Capture Would Boost Employment - Manufacturing.net

GCS IN THE NEWS - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 11:07

Reducing US Coal Emissions Through Biomass and Carbon Capture Would Boost Employment
Manufacturing.net
A new study has run the numbers associated with the impacts of cutting coal plant jobs while at the same time employing techniques for bioenergy coupled with carbon capture and storage (BECCS). The model indicates that the BECCS approach would not ...

Farmers question carbon sink tree planting plans - Independent Community Newspaper

GCS IN THE NEWS - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 08:00
Farmers question carbon sink tree planting plans  Independent Community Newspaper

A proposal for large-scale tree planting on sheep and beef farms is an act of "mild desperation" by government officials looking for ways to achieve its carbon ...

Our buildings could help reverse global warming, instead of being a major cause - Massive

GCS IN THE NEWS - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 08:00
Our buildings could help reverse global warming, instead of being a major cause  Massive

Concrete isn't going away anytime soon, but we can engineer it to store more carbon.

What Might Happen If Farmers Were Paid To Use No-Till? - AgWeb

GCS IN THE NEWS - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 08:00
What Might Happen If Farmers Were Paid To Use No-Till?  AgWeb

The smell of *fresh*-turned dirt can be almost therapeutic, but evidence proves excessive tillage can lead to soil degradation. While no-till provides many benefits ...

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