KlimaTV – CO2lagring
15:52 | Jair Bolsonaro took power in Brazil in October 2018. Since that time he has waged a relentless war on one of the most delicate and essential ecosystems on the planet.
3:49 | Per Gundersen er haveejer og professor ved Skov, natur og biomasse på Københavns Universitet. Han har formået at optage over 6 tons CO2 i haven og har samtidig intet haveaffald.
14:32 | A new study by a research team co-ordinated by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory explains how California will lead the way to Carbon Negative Emissions.
26:12 | Carbon capture and storage is a controversial idea – but big companies are standing by to invest billions into it.
18:18 | Carbon Negative is the bigger braver sibling of Carbon Neutral. But with coal still generating 40% of the world’s electricity, and 98% of the world’s vehicles still running internal combustion engines, how will we achieve the goal?
11:07 | Here’s three ways trees really can help us solve climate change, from a guy who wants to plant a TRILLION trees, to scientists hacking biology to make trees even better.
17:01 | What if we took out more greenhouse gases than we put into the atmosphere? This scenario, known as “drawdown,” is our only hope of averting climate disaster, says strategist Chad Frischmann.
10:08 | Let’s talk about team trees a bit, and its implications on climate.
27:48 | Dr. William Moomaw one of the 5 co-authors of the World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency explains the nature of the emergency, what we MUST be doing about it and the encouragement for diversified forest management.
26:12 | In the UK campaigners want a million people to join a mass tree planting event. Ethiopia’s government says 350 million trees were planted in a single day this year. Planting trees is seen as a key solution to the climate crisis. But will it work?
15:13 | Team Trees’ target is to get 20 million new saplings in the ground by January 1st 2020. And it’s just as well, because the European Union (including the United Kingdom!) is busy destroying millions of trees across the south-eastern United States.
14:00 | It’s time for planetary-scale interventions to combat climate change – and environmentalist Tim Flannery thinks seaweed can help.
3:04 | Peatlands lock in more carbon than forests—and a new mapping effort suggests that the Democratic Republic of Congo’s might be the world’s largest.
13:42 | Biogeochemist Asmeret Asefaw Berhe dives into the science of soil and shares how we could use its awesome carbon-trapping power to offset climate change.
13:48 | Plant geneticist Joanne Chory is working to amplify this special ability: she’s creating plants that can store more carbon, deeper underground, for hundreds of years.
50:15 | I Danmark har ålegræsset været i tilbagegang i de seneste 100 år. Ved at genetablere tabte ålegræsenge kan der lagres mere CO2 i havbunden og dermed mindske frigivelse af CO2 til atmosfæren.
1:57:52 | George Monbiot talks with Natalie Fee about XR, Climate emergency, community, education, youth uprising, mental health, building community, ecology, rewilding, planting trees, carbon off setting, capitalism and lots more!
26:06 | In the fight against climate change, nature is our natural ally. But given the amount and speed with which we are destroying our planet, could science and technology lend a hand?
12:21 | BECCS, or Bio-Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage, is a technology that the IPCC has factored into their climate modelling.
13:40 | Capturing the excess CO2 from our atmosphere will be absolutely critical to our ability to meet the goals of the Paris agreement, but there’ll always be someone who spots an opportunity to make a profit along the way!
6:16 | The question is, can we capture all that carbon before earth becomes too hot for us? Can carbon capture on a massive scale really work?
14:00 | Chemical engineer Jennifer Wilcox previews some amazing technology to scrub carbon from the air, using chemical reactions that capture and reuse CO2 in much the same way trees do … but at a vast scale.
1:10:17 | Professor Daniel Cziczo explains the vital relationship between clouds and climate, and the present options for reducing atmospheric CO2.
7.56 | Al skovafbrænding medfører CO2-udledning og bidrager til forureningen. Træer er med til at holde balancen. De optager CO2 og udleder ilt. Kan man redde verden ved at plante en skov? Magnus Millang gør forsøget.
1:28 | Farveændringerne viser, hvor meget verdens planter betyder for drivhusgasser.
14:25 | Peatlands are habitats with a highly specialized flora and fauna. But peatlands also play an important role in global climate regulation.
16:19 | Filmen handler om hvordan træ og træprodukter gavner klimaet og om hvordan driften af verdens skove og brugen af træ skal indgå i bestræbelserne på at imødekomme de klimaforandringer der forårsages af drivhuseffekten.
59:29 | Johannes Lehmann discusses the characteristics of naturally occurring terra preta and the factors involved with implementation industrial biochar systems for large-scale carbon sequestration.
57:17 | One Degree Matters follows social and business leaders as they travel to Greenland and experience for themselves the dramatic effects of the melting of the ice cap.
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