Aug 14, 2021

Activists Call It A ‘False Solution.’ But UN Scientists Say We Need To Suck Up CO2.

The latest global climate report makes clear we need to suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, and “planting trees” won’t be enough.

Yale E360
Aug 25, 2021

The Dream of Carbon Air Capture Edges Toward Reality

Next month, an industrial facility in Iceland will join a growing number of projects to remove CO2 from the air and put it underground. But major hurdles, including high costs, remain before this technology can be widely deployed and play a key role in tackling climate change.

Climate 411
Aug 26, 2021

Carbon removal tech could help us draw down historic pollution and go beyond net-zero. But it needs the right policy.

A new paper explores policy tools that federal policymakers could use to quickly and responsibly begin deployment of Direct Air Capture facilities, a possible carbon removal approach that could help get the U.S. to net-negative emissions.

The Hill
Aug 26, 2021

The climate crisis requires every tool we’ve got, including carbon removal

Fortunately, we have the tools to change course. We just need to ensure they’re used responsibly.