The Washington Post references CO2RE's landmark State of Carbon Dioxide Removal report in this explainer article.
Budget 2023: Chancellor backs nuclear and carbon capture in 'energy reset' - but leaves 'glaring gaps' in onshore wind, creaking grid, home insulation
Dr Steve Smith told Sky that the extra Government funding for carbon capture and storage in this week's budget was "good news" but would need extra policy decisions from government to become viable.
The Economist Daily Chart featured new research on the global state of carbon dioxide removal, led by Dr Steve Smith along with Oxford Smith School authors Carter Powis, Emily Cox and José Luis Reséndiz.
Led by Dr Steve Smith, an international team of authors including Oxford Smith School researchers Dr Emily Cox, José Luis Reséndiz and Carter Powis, have published the first report on the global state of carbon dioxide removal.
In this guest post for Carbon Brief, Dr Steve Smith outlines a new report on carbon dioxide removal (CDR) – a practice which is increasingly recognised as a crucial part of achieving climate goals, alongside reducing emissions.
In the Harvard Business Review, Smith School DPhil candidate Matteo Gasparini, Knut Haanaes, and Peter Tufano, former dean of the Saïd Business School, share their thoughts on the legality and legal pressures of business climate collaborations.
Even if we are able to cut out all our carbon emissions as fast as possible, we would still need to remove carbon we've already put in the atmosphere to hit global temperature targets. The Carbon Removal Show podcast interviewed Dr Steve Smith, George Hope and others from the Greenhouse Gas Removal Hub to discuss the state of carbon removal in the UK today.
A mix of scientists, economists and government advisers met in London last week to discuss how removing greenhouse gases from air could help the UK hit net-zero emissions by 2050.
Professor Cameron Hepburn told the audience that scaling up these technologies would require “the establishment of a pretty big new industry in a pretty short timescale”.