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decarbonize

[dē′kär·bə‚nīz]
(chemistry)
To remove carbon by chemical means.
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Allianz's climate and decarbonization actions will include the phasing out of coal investments, the use of environmental, social and governance scoring in investment decisions across its portfolio of own investments, and scaling up its investments in renewable energy.
TG experiments of decarbonization were carried out using a derivatograph and the following experiment conditions: dynamic heating 10 K/min; sample weight 200 mg; particle size 125-160 [micro]m; C[O.
We might call the first path "deep decarbonization," meaning steps to 2030 that prepare the way for much deeper steps after that.
The annual report provides an overview of the decarbonization approaches and strategies of its 25 members, including investing in renewable energy, energy efficiency and clean technology, reducing or excluding investments in fossil fuels, shifting capital from higher to lower carbon intensity enterprises, and encouraging companies in their portfolios to reduce emissions and support the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Although this discussion focuses on electric generation, any effective decarbonization policy will also need to address emissions from the transportation sector; the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors; and land use.
That parties may experience continuing temptations to break their promises to cooperate, even after the cooperative scheme is initiated, suggests that commitments must also be made toward the mutual enforcement of a climate treaty's terms, and not just regarding each party's decarbonization targets.
Yongfu Huang and Jingjing He on the decarboniZation of Chinese agriculture; two papers by Yongfu Huang, Jingjing He, and Finn Tarp on the clean development mechanism; David Bevan on aid, fiscal policy, climate change, and growth; and Poul Nielson on successes in EU aid.
2008) 'Accumulation by decarbonization and the governance of carbon offsets', Economic Geography, 84(2), pp.
82) When we look around the world, while we do see, as Michal mentioned, some examples of cap and trade programs that work for certain types of pollutants in certain contexts, (83) we do not see a cap and trade program anywhere that has set any part of the world on a path towards the level of decarbonization necessary to achieve a target like eighty-by-fifty, let alone an atmosphere of stabilization.
The share of renewable energy rises substantially in all decarbonization scenarios, achieving at least 55% in gross final energy consumption in 2050," the document showed.
Second, the system should contain separate categories of agreements for energy decarbonization, efficiency and conservation, and natural sinks.
Towards zero carbon; the Chicago central area deCarbonization plan.