BC’s Carbon Engineering gets $25 million from federal government | Venture
The federal government has announced $25 million in funding for Carbon Engineering (CE), which will be used to help the company progress its technology.
Direct Air Capture: Recent developments and future plans
Although little is known about the technology’s efficiency, safety, economic impacts or the likelihood that it will actually reduce overall carbon emissions, several companies have already started marketing DAC as a climate solution, and propose capturing CO2 as a feedstock for industrial uses. Amon
Carbon Capture: Part I
An introduction and a look ahead
New Roadmaps for Negative Emissions – Legal Planet
Last week saw two exciting reports released which examine how to remove carbon at scale. Getting to Neutral: Options for Negative Carbon Emissions in California was led by a team from Lawrence Livermore National Labs (LNLL), and assesses pathways for California to remove 125 million tons of CO2 /year from the air by 2045, in … Continue reading “New Roadmaps for Negative Emissions”
Start-ups test ideas to suck CO2 from atmosphere
Widespread targets to reduce emissions to net zero have boosted interest in ‘direct air capture’ technology
Shopify’s Sustainability Fund: How We’re Investing to Reverse Climate Change
We launched Shopify’s Sustainability Fund to address a hard truth: there’s too much carbon in the air. Learn how we spent the fund’s first $5 million on the most promising and innovative solutions fighting climate change—and the visionary entrepreneurs behind them.
Carbon Engineering: There it grows again
Squamish green tech company fielding investors and making deals for the future