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2023 Year in Review by CDR.FYI

2023 Year in Review by CDR.FYI

Since 2021, durable carbon dioxide removal (CDR) has rocketed from only a handful of suppliers and 0.009 Mt tonnes delivered in 2020, to hundreds of companies testing out dozens of removal methods in the real world, delivering over 0.1Mt and selling 4.5Mt in 2023.

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Carbon Tech Banks on Deeper Roots

Carbon Tech Banks on Deeper Roots

One startup is working to remove the obstacle of adopting a new practice to be eligible for carbon market incentives by making plants increase their carbon sequestration by design

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What Every Leader Needs to Know About Carbon Credits

What Every Leader Needs to Know About Carbon Credits

As companies creep closer to their net zero target years, many have already begun purchasing carbon credits. The market for carbon credits is projected to grow 50-fold within a decade, from nearly $2 billion in 2022 to nearly $100 billion by 2030, and as much as $250 billion by 2050, according to Morgan Stanley.

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Carbon Removals: How to Scale a New Gigaton Industry

Carbon Removals: How to Scale a New Gigaton Industry

Reducing emissions remains the primary, most effective, and preferred response to climate change. But decarbonization alone could prove insufficient to reduce the residual “hard to abate” emissions that may persist in the medium term. Once decarbonization options have been expended, CDR could play a vital role in neutralizing residual emissions.

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It’s Carbon Management Day!

It’s Carbon Management Day!

For this week's #CleantechCatalyst, we're celebrating one of our carbonNEXT and Earth Tech: 2050 ventures that is making waves in carbon removal — Carbon Lock Tech! They're transforming organic matter into stable biocarbon, locking it away in soils,...

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2 Days above 2 Degrees

2 Days above 2 Degrees

Global average temperatures pushed past the “2 degree warming limit” twice in November. While this doesn’t signal the end of the world, it’s another strong hint as to the warming ahead.

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Taking it to The Heat: Fire to Food

Taking it to The Heat: Fire to Food

Biochar would be made from wood waste for the agricultural industry A pilot project to utilize biochar technology in a regional context and help the agricultural industry is being put forward by Wildsight. The Fire to Food project would be a circular...

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October was Warmest Month on Record

October was Warmest Month on Record

Yes, October was another record-shattering month — just like the previous 4 months The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released its monthly climate report for the month of October on Wednesday and, once again, it was one for...

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What is Biochar?

What is Biochar?

Biochar is a charcoal-like substance produced by burning organic material from agricultural and forestry wastes (like wood chips, crop residues, or manure) under low-oxygen conditions. This process, known as pyrolysis, cooks the organic matter at high...

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Converting Biosolids in Carbon

Converting Biosolids in Carbon

McMinnville-based Solid Carbon says it's come up with a way to trap the carbon emitted during sewage treatment, locking it away in fresh concrete. PORTLAND, Oregon — Treated wastewater sludge is not something many people often think about, let alone as a...

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