May 26, 2023

Direct Air Capture Coalition response to UNFCCC’s Article 6.4 Supervisory Body

Please find the full text of the DAC Coalition’s response here: DAC Coalition – UN FCCC Article 6.4 SB Response Dear Article 6.4 Supervisory Body,  Thank you for the continued engagement to clarify the role of carbon removals in Article 6 to achieve our shared climate goals.  The Direct Air Capture Coalition (DAC Coalition) is […]

May 24, 2023

Direct Air Capture Coalition Turns 1!

It is hard to believe it has already been a year since the Direct Air Capture Coalition (DACC) launched. In that short time, we have made tremendous strides in advancing and accelerating the responsible development and deployment of Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology to help fight climate change. With a diverse, growing base of DAC […]

November 10, 2022

Climate Justice Priorities for Direct Air Capture 

As the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) convenes in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, the 198 parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) gather to find global solutions that mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis, as well as achieve climate justice. Climate justice addresses the idea that “the historical […]

August 14, 2022

What the Inflation Reduction Act means for Direct Air Capture

The failure of the Build Back Better to pass through the Senate last month left President Biden’s bold climate ambitions in murky waters . Yet on Friday, in quite dramatic fashion, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the largest federal investment in combating climate change, passed through the House of Representatives and awaits the final stamp […]

June 15, 2022

Introducing the DAC Coalition

Two weeks ago, we launched The Direct Air Capture Coalition, the first and only, multi-stakeholder coalition, driving forward the global deployment and mobilization of DAC. The need for carbon removal at gigaton scale is not a new revelation. It has been murmured in academic circles, targeted by DAC pioneers, hedged by VCs, and cautiously (too […]