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Title: A Review of Pathways to Carbon Neutrality from Renewable Energy and Carbon Capture

Abstract: The greenhouse gas represented by carbon dioxide is having a negative impact on the earth’s ecology. The goal of carbon neutrality is to reduce carbon emission to zero through complete elimination or dynamic balance. Therefore, achieving the goal of carbon neutrality is conducive to restoring the earth’s ecology and reducing global temperature. The main ways to achieve carbon neutrality include the use of renewable energy to replace fossil energy and carbon capture and sequestration. There is no carbon dioxide involved in the process of renewable energy production, and carbon capture and storage can directly eliminate carbon dioxide. This article reviews the ways to achieve carbon neutrality: the status quo, advantages and disadvantages of renewable energy and carbon capture and sequestration, and analyzes the current development and problems and challenges of carbon neutrality through examples.

Zhao, Q. (2021). A Review of Pathways to Carbon Neutrality from Renewable Energy and Carbon Capture. In E3S Web of Conferences (Vol. 245, p. 01018). EDP Sciences.