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Technology innovation has always been recognized as important to mitigating climate change. This Roadmap covers both the general concepts of technology innovation, and many of the specific technologies being discussed in that context. Note that there will inevitably be some overlap between this Roadmap and related Roadmaps covering Climate Engineering and Natural Climate Solutions, among others. And there are plenty of questions relating to the future of technology innoviation and individual mitigation technologies.
- Are new technologies needed to tackle climate change, or do we already have what’s needed?
- How can climate technology innovation be most effectively promoted through policies and measures?
- Is climate finance headed in the direction in needs to go?
- Will the costs of carbon capture and storage fall dramatically over time?
- Will carbon capture and storage play a significant role in achieving a net-zero future?
- Is a 100% renewable energy future possible?
- What is the right role for nuclear energy?
- What role will hydrogen play in tackling climate change?
These are the kinds of questions the Climate Web, based on 20,000 hours of knowledge curation, can help you explore. This Lite Roadmap organizes some of the resources available to you.
Key Index Entries include:
Key Topical Headings for books, reports, and journal articles:
- S - Solutions Technologies
- S - Agriculture Technologies
- S - Technology Disruption
- S - Clean Tech
- S - Technology Innovation and Diffusion
Key Topical Headings for news and opinion:
- N - Technology Innovation
- N - Solutions Technologies and Strategies
- N - Technology Disruption
- N - Technology Tipping Points?
Key Topical Headings for extracted materials:
Key Topical Headings for websites, experts, and more:
As a bonus, here are some recent additions to the Climate Web you might find thought-provoking that relate specifically to the topic of this Lite Roadmap. They represent just the smallest sliver of what’s organized in the Climate Web with the goal of facilitating access to your actionable knowledge. Note that links with “$$” sit behind paywalls and we can’t provide direct access. But we are always working to go through those sources to extract key idea and graphics to share under “fair use” rules.
- 2021/4 Team led by UCLA professor wins $7.5 million NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE
- 2021/4 Part 2: Lessons from the laws. What learning we can apply to the development of modular direct air capture from recent history of energy technology innovation
- 2021/3 What We Got Wrong About Uber and Lyft
- 2021/3 Cost of Lithium-ion Batteries Has Fallen by 97%, Encouraging Clean Energy Innovations
- 2021/1 We Have Entered the Climate Decade A long boom of climate tech is just getting started
- 2021/5 Small Modular Nuclear Reactors Are Mostly Bad Policy
- 2021/2 Sea-level rise could threaten coastal nuclear waste facilities
- 2021/1 3D printed house TECLA - Eco-housing
- 2021/4 15 Tech Stocks That Could Benefit From Biden’s Infrastructure Plan
- 2021/5 Imogen Heap captures 20 tonnes of CO2 with debut NFT drop
- 2021/4 Overcoming the dual crises of climate change and greenwashing with DigitalMRV
- 2021/3 NFTs Are Hot. So Is Their Effect on the Earth’s Climate
- 2021/5 Using hydrogen fuel risks locking in reliance on fossil fuels, researchers warn
- 2021/5 Hydrogen-Powered Trains Have Arrived
- 2021/4 Shipping looks to hydrogen as it seeks to ditch bunker fuel
- 2021/3 The race to scale up green hydrogen
- 2021/2 Hydrogen is Big Oil’s Last Grand Scam
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The Premium Climate Technologies Roadmap digs much deeper into the topics already flagged at the top of this page, among others. Representing hundreds of hours of research and knowledge curation, the Premium Roadmap links together together explanatory materials, topical headings, individual reports, news stories, videos, and websites, curated topical dashboards for exploring key topics, and even individual ideas and graphics the Climatographers have extracted from a wide range of key sources.
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