Analysis | Carbon Removal Is Where Green Investment Should Go
The world is one step closer to making a business out of vacuuming carbon dioxide from the sky
Rapid scale-up of CO2 removal crucial for climate goals
EXCLUSIVE New law helps U.S. firm launch Wyoming direct air carbon capture project
A Los Angeles-based company kicked off on Thursday what it said will be the first large-scale direct air capture (DAC) project to capture and store 5 million tons of carbon dioxide per year by 2030, benefiting from new U.S. government incentives.
Newly appointed Global Thermostat CEO Paul Nahi is this week's expert voice
Nahi previously ran Enphase, a solar company, and a construction startup.
Climate Law Provisions Seen as Lift to Direct Air Carbon Capture
Carbon capture developers working on directly pulling carbon emissions from the air are touting the climate law for not just tripling the previous tax credit but including features they predict should turn the technology to a relatively common climate solution.
For the Direct Air Capture Coalition, there's no time to waste in the push to permanently remove CO2
Earlier this year the Direct Air Capture Coalition publicly launched -- bringing together dozens of direct air capture (DAC) technology companies, NGOs, and academic institutions -- to begin laying the groundwork for the commercialization of a technology that experts see as critically important to deep decarbonization. For DACC co-founder Nicholas Eisenberger, the coalition's launch is the culmination of 16 years of working on and advocating for the technology. Eisenberger said the first time h