CMI collects data from the oceans, the atmosphere, ice cores and the land biosphere to study how natural sources and sinks of carbon have varied in recent and ancient times, and how they will respond to future climatic change.
We study energy conversion in conjunction with CO2 capture and storage. Capture studies include biological and fossil fuel inputs. Storage studies emphasize leakage pathways and now investigate storage in shales.
Our teams synthesize research discoveries and explores the policy implications of carbon mitigation strategies. It communicates issues of carbon and climate to industry, government, NGO's and the general public.
Peer-reviewed articles by CMI faculty and staff researchers from 2000 to the present.
Discover different strategies for using today's technologies to take the world off the path toward dramatic climate change.
Sharing global CO2 emission reductions among one billion high emitters.
In this report, each investigator or teams of investigators provided one research highlight from 2018 and presented context for the work.