July 12, 2023 - Your Scoop in CDR!
Horse Hill: Future of UK fossil fuels at stake in test case - BBC News The latest step in a woman's legal fight over a Surrey oil drilling permit has concluded.
Sarah Finch's lawyers told the Supreme Court that planning authorities should have considered the climate impacts of burning the oil, not just extracting it.
Surrey County Council said it followed planning law.
The case could spell the end of new UK fossil fuels projects when judges reach a decision in the coming months.
The climate impacts at the heart of the case are 'downstream emissions' - the greenhouse gas emissions released when the oil will be burned. Ms Finch says these are estimated to be 10 million tonnes over 20 years.
Sylvera’s Carbon Market Summit The recording for Sylvera’s Carbon Market is available and we have the link to the full program that includes talks on carbon credit insurance, measuring carbon stocks, and nature vs tech and more.
WorldOra’s Susan Dorward Podcast Commercial- Today we are releasing our second podcast with our guest Susan Dorward. Susan talks with us about carbon dioxide removal, openings in the field and what it is like to have studied under the biggest names in the field like Klaus Lackner. She tells us about her advocacy and work involved at passing New Jersey CDR legislation as well. Please join us for a pleasant chat with one of the field’s rising stars.