Climeworks launches “Remove to Zero” campaign to raise awareness around carbon removal on the global stage
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Climeworks and its partner Heirloom say its carbon will go straight into underground storage, and that the technology must go hand in hand with a transition to renewable energy.
This year's COP28 is a stocktake year and therefore time to reflect on the need for rapid action as well as for reducing and removing CO₂ emissions.
The two parties envision the development of large-scale DAC+S projects in Canada with a pathway to remove up to one million tons of CO₂ from the air.
Ann-Kristin Koch joined as Chief Communication & Branding Officer in November and Simon Weston will take on the new role of Chief Science Officer as of January 2024.
Jan Wurzbacher and Christoph Gebald have been recognized by TIME among the 100 most innovative leaders driving business climate action.
Mammoth, Climeworks' DAC+S plant currently under construction, is making steady progress in Iceland with a CO₂ absorption tower developed by Carbfix.
Christoph Gebald's company, Climeworks, is a pioneer in carbon-capture technology. Can it grow quickly enough to make an impact in the climate fight?
Getting to zero carbon emissions won’t save the world. We’ll have to also remove carbon from the air—a massive undertaking unlike anything we’ve ever done.
Climeworks is pioneering one of the most promising approaches to carbon dioxide removal: direct air capture, in which giant machines suck carbon out of the sky.
Our three events brought together stakeholders from across the industry to discuss how carbon removal solutions can be deployed at scale in a timely, qualitative, and just manner.