La Prairie collaborates with Climeworks to permanently remove the emissions generated during the production of its new product on behalf of its on-site clients.
Climeworks has raised CHF 600 million in equity in its latest financing round, which will unlock the next phase of Climeworks' growth.
The delay in cutting emissions is opening up opportunities for technologies that promise to undo climate damage.Read more
Verdane has selected Climeworks as one of three companies to permanently remove all its future residual emissions. With this commitment, the equity investor aims to catalyze demand for crucial net zero technologies.
As part of its climate strategy, the AMAG group has selected Climeworks to remove part of its unavoidable CO₂ emissions, which will help the Swiss mobility provider to achieve net zero by 2040.
Climeworks made it to the list of the TIME100 Most Influential Companies of 2022 in the category "Innovators"
Swarovski has signed a 5-year carbon removal agreement with Climeworks, highlighting that companies should not only commit to pollute less in the future but also permanently remove their historic emissions from the past.
Climeworks and Carbon180 hosted a virtual fireside chat to discuss the latest carbon dioxide removal policy developments and to shed more light on the topic of stakeholder engagement, which is essential for the success of any future direct air capture project.
Angeli Mehta reports on how demand from corporates and government incentives are helping companies like Climeworks and Carbon Engineering remove carbon directly from the atmosphere.Read more
Customer service and sales software company Zendesk permanently removes part of its unavoidable emissions with Climeworks and sends an important signal for the much-needed scale-up of direct air capture as an innovative climate tech solution.
The UK's largest pension insurance specialist has signed a 10-year carbon removal agreement with Climeworks, proving that the interest in long-term access to high-quality carbon removals is growing.