2 results for tag: IPCC

Answering the IPCC Call to Demonstrate Rock Dust’s Potential for Climate Stabilization

The IPCC 2022 report on the impacts of global warming warns that climate hazards will increase dramatically if global temperatures continue rising and exceed 1.5 degrees C above pre-industrial levels.

Crash Course on Enhanced Rock Weathering for Carbon Removal

Rock dust delivered to agricultural fields for a terrestrial enhanced weathering field trial (photo courtesy of Lithos). Click photos to enlarge. Melting iceberg, Greenland (credits: NASA/Saskia Madlener). According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), without significant cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, the global temperature will increase by 3 to 4 degrees Celsius by the year 2100. This could have catastrophic consequences for human society. We are already living with the effects of the 1.1-degree increase that has occurred since the industrial revolution began around 1760. Major heat waves, wildfires, floods, and ...