“CO2RE is a new multi-centre, multi-disciplinary national research hub, focussed on the emerging topic of greenhouse gas removal. It began operation in May 2021 and is funded for 4.5 years by a £6.1m UKRI grant.”
"The Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) is a member of the Helmholtz Association (HGF) and funded by federal and state government. AWI focuses on polar and marine research in a variety of disciplines such as biology, oceanography, geology, geochemistry and geophysics thus allowing multidisciplinary approaches to scientific goals."
"A core part of (carbon)plan mission is to create public resources on climate solutions based on the best available science and data. As developments in carbon dioxide removal (CDR) accelerate, (Carbon)plan want to grow their capacity to share relevant research, tools, and insights around emerging CDR approaches. (Carbon)plan is particularly interested in “open system” approaches like ocean alkalinity enhancement and enhanced weathering that require expertise in geochemistry to understand and model."
"CapsolEoP™ is the technology of choice for Stockholm Exergi's large-scale Bio-energy Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) project at Värtaverket - a combined heat and power (CHP) plant in the heart of Stockholm. When operational in 2026, this plant will be capturing 800.000 tonnes of CO2 per year, making Stockholms Exergi's CHP plant Europe’s first large-scale negative emissions plant."
"Cella minerals' approach is to accelerates Earth’s natural, geologic process that turns carbon dioxide into a mineral. They inject captured atmospheric CO2 into volcanic rocks, where mineralization permanently locks it underground."
“SRUC’s Thriving Natural Capital Challenge Centre on the Greenhouse Gas Removals from Peat project (funded by the UKRI Greenhouse Gas Removals Programme), seeking to understand the social acceptability of innovations that could sequester and store carbon in lowland and upland peatlands.”
The role of carbon dioxide removal in climate action | Tyndall Talks
"To talk to us about the role of carbon dioxide removal in national climate strategies, is the author and co-author of the paper, Harry Smith and Nem Vaughan. Harry Smith is a PhD Researcher on the climate governance of carbon dioxide removal, and part of the Critical Decade for Climate Change Programme with the Leverhulme Trust at UEA. Dr Nem Vaughan is an Associate Professor of Climate Change whose research is focussed on carbon dioxide removal and its role in mitigating climate change."
"In this week's episode, Desiree speaks with Caroline de Bossart and Robert Höglund on a variety of topics related to carbon dioxide removal, including research gaps, role of government and venture capital investors in supporting market development, and supplier and buyer dynamics."
"There are many approaches to carbon removal, but also many questions: who will pay for it, how will the carbon be stored, how can companies scale up? For this next installment of Climate Fix, our monthly series on climate change solutions, we’ll talk about the promises – and challenges – of the burgeoning carbon removal industry."
Ted Christie-Miller from BeZero on assessing the scalability of carbon removal | The Carbon Curve
Avoid Emissions, Use Biochar and Support Regenerative Agriculture | Thor Kallestad, Myno Carbon | Foundation for Climate Restoration
“Thor Kallestad, Co-founder and CEO of Myno Carbon shared about his Biochar company, the economic model for avoiding emissions, reducing wildfire risks, removing carbon by biochar and supporting regenerative agriculture.”
Brandon McMurtry, Energy & Environmental Legislative Fellow to Senator Coons | Guest Speaker | Foundation for Climate Restoration
“Brandon McMurtry is a Fellow to Senator Chris Coons speaks on S4280, FCDRLA or Federal Carbon Dioxide Removal Leadership Act.”
Sponsored Content: Treeo - A pioneer in nature-based carbon dioxide removals | Business Reporter
"Treeo aims at binding carbon in trees, durable wood products and biochar in the long term."
Scrubbing the Skies: Soil Carbon Removals | Institute for Carbon Removal Law and Policy
“In this webinar, two German-based researchers, Anne Siemons (Öko-Institut) and Hugh McDonald (Ecologic Institute) introduced and critically assessed the EU’s latest carbon removal policy proposal. In particular, they evaluated whether the policy proposal will lead to high-quality soil carbon removals that are long-lasting, additional, robustly quantified, and sustainable.”
Scrubbing the Skies - Kenya: Africa's Great Carbon Valley | Institute for Carbon Removal Law and Policy
“James Irungu Mwangi, the founder of the Climate Action Platform for Africa and TED speaker, spoke about Kenya's unique opportunity for CDR. Additionally, Dr. Claire Nelson, co-founder, and Chief Science Officer at Cella discussed the potential for geologic carbon storage in the East African Rift.”
This is Mammoth - the upcoming newest and largest direct air capture plant | Climeworks
“This facility will remove up to 36’000 tons of CO₂ per year when fully operational. Climeworks' already has the only direct air capture and storage (DAC+S) plant in operation. And is currently building this facility, called Mammoth. It is their newest and largest direct air capture and storage plant. The United Nations' body for assessing the science related to climate change (IPCC) says to fight global warming, the world needs to drastically reduce emissions, as well as remove billion tons of CO₂ from the atmosphere.”
Global Status of Bioenergy with Carbon Capture, BECCS | International Centre for Sustainable Carbon Webinars
“This webinar will review the global status of BECCS and its role in mitigating the climate emergency. It examines the potential GGR of BECCS in future energy landscapes, the current status, the technologies, their TRL and performance, and the research and development (R&D) priorities particular to BECCS systems.”