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Permafrost Collapse Ongoing – Completes With No Further Warming

By Abrupt changes, Arctic, Arctic warming, carbon dioxide removal, climate emergency, climate restoration, Earth systems, Emissions flip, feedback, frozen ground, irreversible, Negative emissions, net zero, Permafrost, permafrost collpase, permafrost melt, permafrost thaw

Background: Permafrost Collapse is Underway With Emission Plausibly Rivaling All of Global Transportation… Across the Northern Hemisphere, permafrost melt emitted 630 TgC, or 2.3 gigatons (Gt) CO2 (not including methane)…

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Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Removal: Science and Money Speak

By adaptation, air capture, carbon dioxide removal, Carbon Engineering, CDR, climate solutions, CO2 capture, CO2 Removal and Sequestration, Exxonmobile, Global Thermostat, Healthy Climate, Klaus Lackner, Legacy Policy, Negative emissions, Occidental Chemicals, sequestration, Solutions, Strategy

Link to Arizona State University Video – How, exactly, are we going to reverse climate change in time to save our soles from frying on the pavement? As a…

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The Moral Imperative Dilemma

By alternatives, BECCS, carbon dioxide removal, CDR, Climate Reform, climate solutions, CO2 Removal and Sequestration, DAC, direct air capture, geoengineering, Global Warming psychology, Legacy Policy, Messaging, moral imperative, Negative emissions, Policy, Psycho, REDD, Solutions, Strategy, Uncategorized

The “moral imperative dilemma” is that thing where we feel it is our duty to create a fossil fuel extinction in order address climate change. This is something our climate…

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