A research roadmap for exploring AMR

A group of scientists at universities in Denmark and the Netherlands published a 5-year plan to research the validity of Enhanced Atmospheric Methane Oxidation. This is welcome news. AMR plans to drive ahead the technical development in a similar timeframe, which means both could learn from each other. Field tests conducted by AMR could, for […]

AMR Press Declaration

AMR has released a press declaration which you can find here: AMR AG has Developed a Technical Solution to Cool the Global Climate by 0.5 – 1.0 °C within 20 – 25 Years (einpresswire.com)

GeoRestoration – a new concept

We at AMR have discussed the concept of GeoRestoration for a while and can now present a paper which decribes in detail how this concept fits in with the current climate debate. https://amr.earth/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/GeoRestoration.pdf

GeoEngineering and AMR

Atmospheric Methane Removal is often classified as a category of so-called “GeoEngineering”. Therefore we have developed a standpoint regarding all Direct Climate Cooling methods. In 2022 we have created a website named Cool-Planet.Earth and in the past months have written a paper regarding GeoEngineering which we want to publish now. Enjoy reading! https://amr.earth/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/Geoengineering-standpoint-AMR.pdf

New article shows flaws in current atmospheric science. Cooling interventions are needed.

Bad science and good intentions prevent effective climate action (eartharxiv.org) Quote: Even if all emissions stopped tomorrow, current committed warming will raise global temperatures by 2°C –5°C above pre-industrial levels by 2100 (Cheng et al., 2022; Huntingford et al., 2020; von Schuckmann et al., 2020; Zhou et al., 2021; Hansen et al., 2023). These are […]

New article on atmospheric methane removal

A good overview of the current developments in the field. Wang, Jin, and Qinghua Peter He. 2023. “Methane Removal from Air: Challenges and Opportunities” Methane 2, no. 4: 404-414. https://doi.org/10.3390/methane2040027 

New article on methane removal with chlorine

Catalytic efficiencies for atmospheric methane removal in the high-chlorine regimeLuisa Pennacchio, Maarten van Herpen, Daphne Meidan, Alfonso Saiz-Lopez, Matthew S. Johnson https://chemrxiv.org/engage/chemrxiv/article-details/652666e08bab5d20551aaaa1 Abstract Catalytic production of chlorine atoms from iron salt aerosols (ISA) has been suggested as a means of achieving atmospheric methane reduction (AMR). The feasibility of this approach its efficiency and the optimum […]

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