Half-time at CDRterraFrom May 22 to 24, the second CDRterra General Assembly will take place at the Haydau Monastery near Kassel. More than 100 scientists from 38 educational and research institutions throughout Germany will meet for an exchange about the progress of their research. They are welcomed by Federal Minister of Education and Research Bettina Stark-Watzinger.
CRCF: Our Feedback to the EU proposalResearchers of CDRterra submitted their feedback to the European Commissions’ proposal for a Carbon Removal Certification Framework (CRCF). Above all, they stress the importance of distinguishing between emissions reductions and CO₂ removals to avoid limited mitigation targets. The main points at a glance.
Input from CDRterra researchers on the IPCC Synthesis ReportThe Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) today published its synthesis report "Climate Change 2023" – a powerful summary of all the findings of the IPCC reports on the extent, consequences and mitigation of climate change. CDRterra researchers Oliver Geden and Matthias Garschagen contributed to it and shared their knowledge on CO₂ removals and emission reductions.
New report reveals large gap in Carbon Dioxide Removal needed to limit global warmingFor the first time, a new report provides a comprehensive assessment of the current state of Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR). The project has been devised and convened by our researchers Oliver Geden and Jan Minx, among others, and supported by our project CDRSynTra.
Launch of the 1st "State of CDR" reportWhat is the current state of CO₂ removal worldwide? The "State of CDR" report offers for the first time an independent overall scientific assessment. It will be published on 19 January – with key authors and CDRterra researchers Jan Minx and Oliver Geden.
CO₂ negative building material at side event "CDR – Challenges for Emerging Technologies"Our project DACCUSS pre is researching CO₂-negative building materials. At the side event "Carbon Dioxide Removal – Challenges for Emerging Technologies" at COP27, Kolja Kuse presents the promising materials.