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Title (Primary) Technologies and perspectives for achieving carbon neutrality
Author Wang, F.; Harindintwali, J.D.; Yuan, Z.; Wang, M.; Wang, F.; Li, S.; Yin, Z.; Huang, L.; Fu, Y.; Li, L.; Chang, S.X.; Zhang, L.; Rinklebe, J.; Yuan, Z.; Zhu, Q.; Xiang, L.; Tsang, D.C.W.; Xu, L.; Jiang, X.; Liu, J.; Wei, N.; Kästner, M.; Zou, Y.; Ok, Y.S.; Shen, J.; Peng, D.; Zhang, W.; Barcelo, D.; Zhou, Y.; Bai, Z.; Li, B.; Zhang, B.; Wei, K.; Cao, H.; Tan, Z.; Zhao, L.; He, X.; Zheng, J.; Bolan, N.; Liu, X.; Huang, C.; Dietmann, S.; Luo, M.; Sun, N.; Gong, J.; Brahushi, F.; Zhang, T.; Xiao, C.; Li, X.; Chen, W.; Jiao, N.; Lehmann, J.; Zhu, Y.-G.; Jin, H.; Schaeffer, A.; Tiedje, J.M.; Chen, J.M.
Journal The Innovation
Year 2021
Department UBT
Volume 2
Issue 4
Page From art. 100180
Language englisch
Topic T7 Bioeconomy
Keywords carbon neutrality; renewable energy; carbon sequestration; carbon capture and utilization; carbon footprint reduction; climate change mitigation
Abstract Global development has been heavily reliant on the overexploitation of natural resources since the Industrial Revolution. With the extensive use of fossil fuels, deforestation, and other forms of land-use change, anthropogenic activities have contributed to the ever-increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the atmosphere, causing global climate change. In response to the worsening global climate change, achieving carbon neutrality by 2050 is the most pressing task on the planet. To this end, it is of utmost importance and a significant challenge to reform the current production systems to reduce GHG emissions and promote the capture of CO2 from the atmosphere. Herein, we review innovative technologies that offer solutions achieving carbon (C) neutrality and sustainable development, including those for renewable energy production, food system transformation, waste valorization, C sink conservation, and C-negative manufacturing. The wealth of knowledge disseminated in this review could inspire the global community and drive the further development of innovative technologies to mitigate climate change and sustainably support human activities.
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Wang, F., Harindintwali, J.D., Yuan, Z., Wang, M., Wang, F., Li, S., Yin, Z., Huang, L., Fu, Y., Li, L., Chang, S.X., Zhang, L., Rinklebe, J., Yuan, Z., Zhu, Q., Xiang, L., Tsang, D.C.W., Xu, L., Jiang, X., Liu, J., Wei, N., Kästner, M., Zou, Y., Ok, Y.S., Shen, J., Peng, D., Zhang, W., Barcelo, D., Zhou, Y., Bai, Z., Li, B., Zhang, B., Wei, K., Cao, H., Tan, Z., Zhao, L., He, X., Zheng, J., Bolan, N., Liu, X., Huang, C., Dietmann, S., Luo, M., Sun, N., Gong, J., Brahushi, F., Zhang, T., Xiao, C., Li, X., Chen, W., Jiao, N., Lehmann, J., Zhu, Y.-G., Jin, H., Schaeffer, A., Tiedje, J.M., Chen, J.M. (2021):
Technologies and perspectives for achieving carbon neutrality
The Innovation 2 (4), art. 100180