Putting Australian enhanced mineralisation on the map
From RESOURCEFUL magazine – Enhanced mineralisation – also known as mineral carbonation – is one of the promising methods for long-term reduction of atmospheric carbon dioxide. Australia is helping to lead the way as to where and how it can best be done.
CSIRO discusses the role of carbon dioxide removal at COP28
DR ANDREW LENTON joined international colleagues at COP28 in Dubai to launch a new Work Plan for MI-CDR’s Enhanced Mineralization Technical Track.
Meet our CarbonLock Director
We talked to DR ANDREW LENTON ahead of this year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) about his work in the emerging field of carbon dioxide removal.
New paper: Even temporary global warming above 2℃ will affect life in the oceans for centuries
A climate overshoot that creates warmer oceans with lower oxygen levels will reduce the suitable habitat for many marine species long after CO₂ levels have peaked and declined.
Moving toward net-zero by locking carbon in minerals
Mineral carbonation offers the opportunity for both decarbonisation and atmospheric carbon dioxide removal, reports GRACE KIRKBY in resourceful magazine
New report highlights the role of carbon sequestration in energy transition
The CarbonLock FSP has contributed to a new report on the role of carbon sequestration in accelerating Australia’s decarbonisation.
CarbonLock FSP Launch: 7 March 2023
Catch up on the launch of the CarbonLock Future Science Platform, where we highlighted the opportunities in developing negative emissions technologies in Australia.