Heirloom Startup Helps Minerals Absorb CO2 In Days Instead Of Years
The primary input, limestone, costs $10-50 per ton.
A Part Of Europe: How One Ukraine-Based Startup Aims To Stay Plugged Into The Continentâs Markets
Prior to Russia’s invasion, Ukraine’s startups were beginning to operate within the wider European innovation ecosystem. Can that kind of progress continue? Trevor Clawson talks to Nick and Viktoria Oseyko of Carbominer about running European pilots and pitching for customers
RepAir Carbon: Low-Power, Low-Water Direct Air Capture (DAC) In Israel
RepAir has developed a direct air capture (DAC) system that is expected to use nearly 70% less energy than liquid sorbent DAC systems and only minimal amounts of water. Because water and fuel usage are two of the main resource constraints for DAC, RepAir’s technology looks very interesting.
The Success Of One Company Could Just Lead The U.S. To Become Carbon Negative Relatively Quickly
Conceivably, within a decade a single company will be able to remove more carbon dioxide per year from the atmosphere than the U.S. emits during an entire year.
Carbon Removal And Usage Gains Traction As Energy Transition Lags
As it becomes increasingly obvious that a) the energy transition is not progressing at a rapid-enough pace to achieve the timelines set under global decarbonization goals, and b) that, as the National Academies of Sciences admits, these goals cannot be achieved through carbon reduction via renewa…
The Three “E”s Of Direct Air Capture: Essential, Evolving, And Everlasting
It was a great pleasure and honor to have been asked by the Foundation for Climate Restoration to moderate an expert panel on Direct Air Capture (DAC) at the end of April as part of the Foundation’s Solution Series. I am posting a video of the discussion and notes for my DAC-curious Forbes readers!
Questions About DAC? We’ve Got Answers
Since starting to write about ClimateTech ventures and topics related to adapting to and mitigating the effects of climate change, the one topic in which I have received the most consistent reader interest has been that of Direct Air Capture (DAC).