The CDR Challenge in Numbers

Carbon Dioxide Removal is one of the most important tools we have to fulfill the IPCC’s ambitious goal of staying below 1.5 degrees C of global warming. But do the numbers add up? The mass of CO2 we need to remove each year is nearly astronomical; what will it take to reach the required CDR capacity in time?

CarbonBlue’s COP28 Commitment

When CarbonBlue was first envisioned, it was with the understanding that to reach our climate goals, any viable carbon capture technology will have to rely on existing infrastructure in some way, since building new infrastructure to deal with the scales at hand is not feasible if we are to do it in time to make a meaningful impact.

The ClimateTech Ecosystem Explosion

Apparently, travel, events and conventions are just part of the deal when you’re a climate tech innovator – but while there’s clearly a lot of interest in climate tech and innovation, the reasons for it may not be immediately apparent.

We thought we’d give our two cents on why this is happening, and why it’s happening now.

What CO2 emissions do to underwater life

As the #COP27 is ongoing in Sharm El Sheikh, possibly the home of the most beautiful and well-preserved scuba diving site, let’s talk about what #CO2emissions do to underwater life. Spoiler – it is responsible for a looming, often overlooked, ecological catastrophe: #oceanacidification.

Greta Thunberg on the climate delusion

I have just finished reading an extract from The Climate Book by Greta Thunberg [1], which I highly endorse reading. I am a big fan of Greta Thunberg and think she is a modern version of Joan of Arc. Similarly, she succeeded in uniting laypeople around the critical environmental cause against powerful forces that try to keep the public dormant. However, I must disagree with the path she advocates for saving the planet in her book.

The road to net zero is still long and challenging

Now that a new Jewish year has begun, it is time to reflect on the one that has just ended. From the point of view of a climate entrepreneur, I find many reasons for optimism. The road to net zero is still long and challenging, but for one day, let us relish in the good things that happened:

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