-250% CO2 emission until 350 ppm are reached again

Less CO2 emission is much too little, even zero emission is insufficient. Only a planet renovation with large-scale CO2 filtering and splitting from the atmosphere will help.

-250% CO2 emission until 350 ppm are reached again
Less CO2 emission is much too little, even zero emission is insufficient. Only a planet renovation with large-scale CO2 filtering and splitting from the atmosphere will help.

emissions in billions of tons CO2 equivalent per year.

  Dangerous downplaying of the climate catastrophe


The spectrum of climate change deniers ranges from “We don't have to do anything” to “We have to reduce CO2 emissions a little” to “It is enough to reduce humanity's emissions to zero”.

But there are thawing permafrost soils and outgassing methane hydrate. This is in addition to the emissions caused by humanity.

How does the CO2 absorption of forests and oceans develop? I hope -250% CO2 emission has sufficient safety reserves to bring the climate back to a safe state.

Climate change: Please do not panic Climate change: Please do not panic
With “irreversible” and “last chance, then it's too late” the impression of a hopeless situation is created, which leads to senseless panic reactions or apathy.


Filtering and splitting CO2 from the atmosphere Filtering and splitting CO2 from the atmosphere
Due to their enormous space and water requirements, plants are unsuitable for the necessary reduction of the CO2 content in the atmosphere. There is no room for 37 million km² of growing forest.


390 PWh/year electricity for CO2 from the atmosphere 390 PWh/year electricity for CO2 from the atmosphere
Reduce the CO2 content with Power to Carbon, generate fuels with Power to Liquid and use CO2 for indoor plant cultivation to replace large-scale agriculture.


Carbon fiber becomes standard material for construction Carbon fiber becomes standard material for construction
If we filter the 33.1 Gt CO2 emission of 2019 from the atmosphere and split it into C and O, we get 9 billion tons of carbon. What to do with it?