If we want to capture carbon, we should replicate its coal production process, not imitate photosynthesis.
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A carbon economy can only emerge if all participants have an economic incentive to participate, and all participants have an incentive to act honestly…
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We offer 5 steps how agriculture should shift its CO2 reduction activities towards solid carbon upcycling: hydrochar, pyrolysis, torrefaction, and more.
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Over the last half year, we've had many conversations about hydrochar. In this newsletter, we've distilled the key points that resonated with most…
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Twenty-five-plus-one newsletters in, it's time to take a look back and add a bit of structure to our writings so far.
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Carbon capture doesn't just require a technology, it requires an ecosystem that makes sure useful technologies are favored over carbon theater.
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When scouting for carbon capture proposals, look for simplicity, scalability, versatility. But stay away from vanity projects created for news cycles.
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It might be counterintuitive, but turning water flowers into hydrochar might be one of the most beneficial uses of hydrothermal carbonization. And one…
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Since gas supply is in the news, just a quick pointer that the on-shore creation of biogas is an important link in the hydrochar value chain.
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Tinkering with war is never a particularly good idea, but tinkering with war at this juncture might be the worst idea of all.
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No carbon capture ecosystem will be sustainable if it doesn't create opportunities to profit for the ecosystem participants. We walk you through these…
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We talked about the various aspects of a sustainable hydrochar carbon economy. But how do the individual pieces fit together?
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