Leverhulme Centre for Climate Change Mitigation
The Leverhulme Centre for Climate Change Mitigation brings together researchers from a wide range of backgrounds to explore the potential of using enhanced rock weathering on croplands to remove CO2 from the atmosphere.
Welcome to LC3M
Members of the centre talk about the impact of climate change and how they are investigating enhanced rock weathering as a method of carbon capture and a more sustainable form of crop fertilisation.
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Policy landscape for carbon removal in the US & EU
Watch this recording of Sebastian Manhart, Senior Policy Advisor at Carbonfuture, explaining the carbon dioxide removal (CDR) policy landscape in the US and EU.
New PhD spotlight series
Our new blog series explores our LC3M-funded PhD students' work, with key insights from their studies.
First up, philosophy student Elliott Woodhouse shares findings from his thesis on the environmental ethics of climate engineering.