Moving Below Zero


Apr 16, 2014 - 1:00am

Technologies that remove heat trapping carbon pollution from the atmosphere are now central to a lower risk strategy to avoid highly dangerous climate change.

Moving Below Zero: Understanding Bio-energy with Carbon Capture & Storage includes a world first study examining the role of carbon removal technologies in national climate policy scenarios. Carried out by leading economics firm Jacobs SKM, the modelling finds that bio-energy with carbon capture and storage, or bio-CCS using food wastes, sustainable forest biomass, or crop residues, has the potential to contribute significantly to climate change efforts in Australia.

On this page you'll find the report and related content including an animation, infographics, factsheets, and presentations.

To access the media release click here.

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Find out where carbon capture and storage facilities are in development or already operational.
The Climate Institute asked a leading climate change researcher about the benefits and viability of bio-CCS.
Explaining how bio-CCS works and exploring potential applications of the technology in various sectors.
Why is it so important we get emissions below zero? And what technologies can get us there?
We need to turn off the tap, but also pull the plug on carbon pollution writes John Connor.
Review or download the key findings of Moving Below Zero on SlideShare.

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