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Richard Branson’s Learning Curve Part 3

November 03, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

Accounting for the return on invested energy is the key to understanding the prerequisites of climate change solutions. [caption id="attachment_451" align="alignright" width="545"] Photosynthesis and some types of phytoplankton[/caption] Removing carbon from the atmosphere and safely storing it away for millions of years is fundamentally a chemistry problem. Capturing carbon dioxide...
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Green Race a Practical Approach to Climate Change

October 17, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

Increasing green plant activity can lower atmospheric carbon load, improve climate. [caption id="attachment_303" align="alignright" width="289"] Denis Pombriant, managing principal, Beagle Research Group, LLC[/caption] October 17, 2017, Stoughton, MA—Calling for a Green Race similar to the Space Race, Denis Pombriant, managing principal, Beagle Research Group, said today, “Climate change won’t be...
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Why photosynthesis is so attractive

October 11, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

There are many suggestions for removing carbon dioxide from the air to help reduce the impact of global warming including various mechanical approaches to capturing CO2 from the air and moving it to underground storage. However, if you evaluate these ideas by how much pollution causing energy they still need...
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Carbon Sinks 1.0

September 29, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

[caption id="attachment_430" align="alignright" width="300"] From the Sierra Club[/caption] When they discuss removing carbon from the atmosphere climate scientists and others refer to carbon sinks which are as varied as they are numerous and some work better than others. In this first of several posts on carbon sinks we will look...
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