What it will take to achieve affordable carbon removal
Another big direct-air-capture plant is moving ahead, but a new study finds we may need to build many more before the economics start to make sense.
UN climate report: Carbon removal is now “essential”
Removing the greenhouse gas from the air will likely be necessary, along with radical emissions cuts, to keep temperatures from rising 2˚C.
We need to draw down carbon—not just stop emitting it
Carbon removal is no substitute for reducing climate pollution. But it is now a necessary tool to keep temperatures in check.
A startup using minerals to draw down CO2 has scored funding—and its first buyer
Heirloom Carbon Technologies believes it can pull off carbon removal for $50 a ton, and aims to remove one billion tons by 2035.