Upcoming conference on air mining. (
We saw a unique opportunity to get everyone together while we're all sheltered in place!
The world's largest community of scientist, engineers, and entrepreneurs mining carbon from the air. (
Inspired by Crunchbase index of startups. Join the AirMiners Slack channel to make personal connections. I'm the moderator, come hang with us fam)
The Algae Biomass Organization is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the development of viable commercial markets for renewable and sustainable commodities derived from algae.
The American Carbon Registry was founded in 1996 as the first private voluntary greenhouse gas registry in the world, which creates confidence in the environmental and scientific integrity of carbon offsets.
This directory, curated by the Healthy Climate Alliance, lists the San Francisco Bay Area projects, organizations, companies, and supporting institutions that are working to: 1. Draw down carbon 2. Reverse global warming 3. Rebuild Arctic ice 4. Restore a healthy climate
The projects on the map range in size from pilots to full-scale; the map is produced by Third Way, a national think tank that champions modern center-left ideas.
The vision of building a solution space for carbon capture and recycling is grounded by an international partnership between Tri-State Generation and Transmission and an Alberta/Canadian group spearheaded by Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA).
Out of Princeton University, CMI aims to identify the most credible methods of capturing and sequestering a large fraction of carbon emissions from fossil fuels.
A network dedicated to advancing constructive dialogues and collective action in carbon removal.
The Carbon Underground was created to be the umbrella organization responsible for communicating and educating the world about the power of healthy soil to combat climate change and to facilitate the transition of enough farms and grasslands globally to restore a healthy climate.
The $20M NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE will challenge the world to reimagine what we can do with CO2 emissions by incentivizing and accelerating the development of technologies that convert CO2 into valuable products. (
I worked with the Carbon XPRIZE finalists to make proof of concept products for each of the 10 finalist teams,
Formerly the Center for Carbon Removal, Carbon180 is a new breed of climate-focused NGO on a mission to fundamentally rethink carbon dioxide emissions as more than mere waste by bringing together scientists, policymakers, and businesses. (
Great team, don't miss their weekly newsletter!)
Discover fulfilling jobs at organizations working to address the climate crisis. (
This is super useful if you're just starting out in carbon removal and also interested in other climate efforts, potentially shifting your career to climate.)
Communication, galvanization, and learning tools focused on a positive fix: climate restoration that includes effective CO2 removal.
The Global CCS Institute is an international member-led organization whose mission is to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) as an imperative technology in tackling climate change and providing energy security.
This study aims to develop a detailed research and development agenda needed to assess the benefits, risks, and sustainable scale potential for carbon dioxide removal and sequestration approaches; and increase their commercial viability.
Along with Arizona State University and several other research institutions, Carbon180 is leading an audacious consortium with the goal of developing solutions that transform carbon dioxide in the air into valuable products and services.
Nori is building a marketplace for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, starting by helping carbon farmers get paid for adding CO2 to soils in US croplands. The company also produces podcasts, webinars, and articles with more information on the people, companies, and initiatives involved with carbon removal. (
Everything Nori does is really cutting edge and interesting, check it all out.)
An open science consortium to create open hardware to rapidly solidify hundreds of gigatonnes of nanocarbons from atmospheric carbon dioxide in two decades. (
ONC founder Shannon is one of the most tenacious people I've ever met)