Happy (science) Friday! Here we round up our favorite links on climate change and share them with you. This week we are focusing on what happens to CO2 after it is captured via direct air capture or from a point source. There may not be life after death, but there is life for CO2 after capture. Read more below:
This report from the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum explains the basics of, the concerns of, the options for CO2 utilization in a condensed, easy to read format.
This link from the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) maps current markets for CO2 that could help direct air capture (DAC) researchers develop a revenue generating business plan.
Really interested with the science details of CO2 utilization? Read the latest issue of the CO2 Utilization Journal.