Each week, the MCi team shares some insightful and relevant articles that have been on our reading pile, keeping you up to date with the latest developments and discourse from the clean technology sector and the new circular economy.
Tasmania becomes Carbon Negative
This is one of the first times on the planet that anybody has ever done this kind of reversal - It is vital we protect and enhance natural forest ecosystem carbon stocks and that the mitigation benefits of forest protection are properly accounted for and reported to help us achieve the deep and rapid cuts in emissions needed over the coming critical decade.
What you need to know about carbon dioxide removal, from Yale Climate Connections
Carbon dioxide removal can't be a replacement for mitigation strategies, but it's still vital in reaching our goals. Meeting the Paris Climate Agreement targets will require removing billions of tons of carbon from the atmosphere every year through a combination of natural and technological methods.
Bloomberg & Holcim present - Inside the world's race to net zero
The Circular Cities Barometer demonstrates how fast 25 global cities are transitioning from a linear economy—taking, making and wasting—to a circular economy of recycling, reducing and repairing.
Visualising the scale of the carbon removal problem
It's hard to visualise just how far we need to go to be remediating carbon dixoide levels from the climate. The team over at Verge have done a fantastic job of presenting a visualisation of the gap between current CDR technology levels, and where we need to be by the mid-century.