CO2 emissions are the main cause of climate change. It is possible, however, to capture CO2 from the atmosphere (direct air capture) and from flue-gas emissions at industrial sites. The captured CO2 can then be used instead of fossil fuels to produce both fuels and materials. Commonly referred to today as carbon capture and utilisation (CCU), such technologies could make a contribution to climate protection in the future. Researchers are currently at work analysing the various possibilities of CCU.
The Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) commissioned EBP to produce a short explanatory video to communicate the subject to a wide audience of lawmakers, students or business leaders. The video was initially produced with a German voice over, however, an english version is coming up soon.
Date: December 2017
Client: Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS), Potsdam
Production: EBP Schweiz AG
Concept: Cornelia Büttner, Monika Rohner
Script: Cornelia Büttner
Design and animation: Monika Rohner
Sound Design: Speak Low, Berlin
Language: German, English coming up soon ;-)
“Closing the cycle” – all states of the cycle throughout the animation