“Microbial soil sequestration promises to be one of the most elegant carbon removal solutions, as it is quick, globally-scalable and provides huge benefits for growers. Here in Loam Bio, a farmer coats their seeds with the microbial inoculum before sowing and the plants and the microbes work together to build carbon in the soil and keep it there. Building soil carbon in this way has additional benefits, such as increased soil health, nutrient-rich crops and higher yields, which boost the bottom line for growers and provide a path for generating high quality carbon offsets.”
“At Aerleum we want to create a better world for our the next generations by building a circular economy where giga-tons of carbon dioxide are removed from the air and transformed into clean alternatives for fossil based products.”
“The project aims to improve the representation of CDR technologies within Integrated Assessment Models to investigate the role of negative emissions within transition scenarios. To this end, a wide range of CDR technologies is systematically assessed individually and within systems.”
“Ocean Visions is a non-profit organization that catalyzes innovative solutions at the intersection of the ocean and climate crises by leading and facilitating multisector collaborations from within our Network and beyond. We work on interconnected ocean and climate issues with leading research institutions, the private sector, and public-interest organizations to more fully explore and advance responsible and effective ocean-based climate solutions that can help stabilize the climate and restore ocean health.”
"In this episode of the Futurized podcast, we interview Claude Letourneau, CEO of Canadian scale-up company Svante about carbon removal challenges, the different technical approaches, who the players, startups, corporates, governments, and enablers are."
"In this week’s episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Gregory Nemet, a professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, about technologies and natural processes that can remove carbon dioxide from Earth’s atmosphere. Nemet discusses efforts in the public and private sectors to deploy new technologies, benefits and costs of different methods of carbon dioxide removal, and the risks and challenges of using carbon dioxide removal to reach global climate goals."
"The world has started working to decarbonize virtually every sector of the economy. Yet, even if we had all the political and corporate will, investments and incentives one could imagine, this would still be an incredibly complex process that takes decades. And so, we’ll continue to emit carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses for longer than we want. Essentially, the faucet will stay on, and we need other ways to reduce the amount of carbon in our atmosphere to slow and eventually reverse climate change. That’s where carbon removal and today’s conversation comes in."
Taking carbon out of the air and putting it into concrete | Volts
"Dr. Franziska Elmer and John Auckland join Wil Burns and new cohost Anna Madlener on the podcast to discuss the startup company for which they work called Seafields. Seafields uses compressed sargassum bales to function as natural “carbon batteries.” The bales are sunk into the abyssal plain of the ocean, which will local away the CO2 for millennia. Francisca and John tell you about their company and their process where they discuss how their company will work towards getting permitting, third-party impact assessments, and navigating the rules of regulation in order to accomplish their goals."
“Arin Crumley and Christian Robinson join Wil Burns and guest host (and producer), Andrew Lewin on the podcast to discuss their business called Pull to Refresh. The idea was borne out of a number of interactions on Clubhouse to help people and businesses reverse the effects of climate change. Hear more from Arin and Christian on how the business was started and the company's approach to seaweed sequestration.”
“In this episode of the Futurized podcast, we interview Claude Letourneau, CEO of Canadian scale-up company Svante about carbon removal challenges, the different technical approaches, who the players, startups, corporates, governments, and enablers are. Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment.”
Hybrid Direct Air Capture of CO2 – Water-Positive Carbon Dioxide Removal | Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas)
“SoCalGas® and Avnos invite you to a webinar about Avnos’ innovative Hybrid Direct Air Capture (HDAC) of CO2 technology, which produces water as it removes CO2 from the ambient air. The result is a highly resourceful and cost-efficient approach to DAC that can be deployed virtually anywhere in the world as both a decarbonization and water stress solution.”
A New Approach to Carbon Dioxide Removal | Clean Air Task Force
“Leading climate models have made clear that the deployment of carbon removal to counterbalance hard-to-abate residual emissions is likely to be unavoidable if economies are to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. Despite this, there is a considerable lack of high-quality carbon removal projects operating around the world, with many profiting from carbon offsets while removing little CO2 from the atmosphere. At COP27, we hosted a panel with carbon removal experts to discuss how a new approach to carbon removal can more effectively move us towards our climate goals — one which places emphasis on setting clear national targets for removals, effectively regulates CO2 offsets, and establishes clear financing mechanisms.”
Maddie Hall of Living Carbon | Techonomy Media
“Living Carbon, a biotechnology company, hopes its seedlings can help manage climate change. But wider use of its trees may be elusive.”
TCS Celebrates LECCLA with Senator Greenstein | Tri-county Sustainability
“Concrete is the most widely used substance on earth, and its production is extremely carbon intensive accounting for more than 7% of atmospheric carbon pollution. Tri-County Sustainability is joined by Senator Linda Greenstein (LD-14) to celebrate the New Jersey Low Embodied Carbon Concrete Leadership Act being signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy. Tri-County Sustainability (TCS) is the Sustainable Jersey regional hub for the 101 towns, 1.2 million residents, and 10 legislative districts across Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties. TCS is open to local elected officials, environmental commissions, green team members, public works employees and members of the general public looking to improve their communities and connect regionally. We frequently partner with environmentally focused organizations to achieve common goals for our municipalities and planet.”