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The Carbon Dioxide Removal Imperative

Some research to help understand the Imperative for Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR):

Paris Agreement climate proposals need a boost to keep warming well below 2 °C
EASAC Report on Negative Emissions Technologies
Catalysing a political shift from low to negative carbon
How to spend a dwindling greenhouse gas budget
The Trouble With Negative Emissions
Residual fossil CO2 emissions in 1.5-2 dgree celcius pathways
Open discussion of negative emissions is urgently needed
Expert assessment concludes negative emission scenarios may not deliver
Economic mitigation challenges: how further delay closes the door for achieving climate targets
Define limits for temperature overshoot targets
Biophysical and economic limits to negative CO2 emissions
The need for ocean conservation strategies in a high-carbon dioxide world
The influence of learning about carbon dioxide removal (CDR) on support for mitigation policies
Alternative Pathways to the 1.5 degree C target reduce the need for negative emission technologies
Scenarios towards limiting global mean temperature increase below 1.5 degree celcius
Understanding the origins of Paris Agreement emissions uncertainties
Differences between carbon budget estimates unravelled
Mitigation choices impact carbon budget size compatible with low temperature goals
A roadmap for rapid decarbonization
The ‘best available science’ to inform 1.5 degree celsius policy choices
Scrutinize CO2 removal methods