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A panel show by Nori where guests discuss current events from the world of carbon removal. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carbonremovalnewsroom/support

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A panel show by Nori where guests discuss current events from the world of carbon removal. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carbonremovalnewsroom/support

    What's happening in the UK? An update from Patricia Silva of the Carbon Removal Centre

    What's happening in the UK? An update from Patricia Silva of the Carbon Removal Centre

    A lot has been happening in the United Kingdom with regard to carbon removal. Patricia Silva, Co-founder and Non-Executive Director of the Carbon Removal Centre, comes on the show to explain The Oxford Offsetting Principles, the UK's general climate policies and Boris Johnson's recent statements on the matter, a collaboration between Carbon Engineering and Pale Blue Dot Energy, and some news about BrewDog.

    Here is the piece Patricia mentions writing for CRC.


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    Carbon removal's biggest bill to date? The Clean Economy Jobs and Innovation Act passes the House

    Carbon removal's biggest bill to date? The Clean Economy Jobs and Innovation Act passes the House

    The Clean Economy Jobs and Innovation Act involves billions of dollars being allocated across the carbon removal ecosystem. It just passed the US House of Representatives, and President Trump has stated his intent to veto it if it reaches his desk, but right now the focus is on its way through the Senate. Our panelist this week is Dr. Shuchi Talati, senior policy advisor at Carbon180. You can also read her recap of the bill here.


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    Shopify's Sustainability Fund is supporting carbon removal companies

    Shopify's Sustainability Fund is supporting carbon removal companies

    Nori's Director of Corporate Development Alexsandra Guerra, and AirMiners and Negative's Tito Jankowski, join the show to talk about Shopify's big announcement of the companies included in their new Sustainability Fund. It features two separate portfolios: Frontier & Evergreen, with the former focusing more on industrial tech, and the latter on biological/ecological sequestration. We dig into nuance around the permanence discussion, a succession theory for carbon removal, and celebrate so many cool companies trying to scale carbon removal. Congrats to all of them, and to Shopify!

    Shopify's announcement: "Fighting for the Future: Shopify Invests $5M in Breakthrough Sustainability Technologies"

    Fast Company article about Running Tide

    Amazon Climate Pledge's first companies announced

    Join the AirMiners community


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    DoE's Office of Fossil Energy funding many carbon removal projects

    DoE's Office of Fossil Energy funding many carbon removal projects

    In March, the Department of Energy (DoE) announced they were going to putting $22M into research for capturing carbon dioxide from the air. They just announced the fundees! Join panelist Tito Jankowski of AirMiners and Negative and follow along on this page with us as he walks us through the groups and some of the science behind these processes.


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    • 49分
    Bridging the physical and social sciences gap in carbon removal

    Bridging the physical and social sciences gap in carbon removal

    This episode features Dr. Jane Zelikova, Chief Scientist at Carbon180, and Dr. Trisha Shrum, behavorial and environmental economist at the University of Vermont.

    Jane organized The Royal Society's new Interface Focus issue on carbon dioxide removal called, "Going negative: An interdisciplinary, holistic approach to carbon dioxide removal". She additionally wrote an article in it, "The future of carbon dioxide removal must be transdisciplinary". Trisha also wrote an article in this issue, "Behavioural frameworks to understand public perceptions of and risk response to carbon dioxide removal". We walk through what this issue covers and then discuss in greater detail Trisha's research and the basics of behavioral economics & science and what that has to say about carbon removal.


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    • 33分
    Microsoft's carbon removal RFP, Apple's carbon neutrality, DAC hearing in Congress, the CREATE Act, REPLANT Act, & FARM Act

    Microsoft's carbon removal RFP, Apple's carbon neutrality, DAC hearing in Congress, the CREATE Act, REPLANT Act, & FARM Act

    This week's guests are Nori's Director of Corporate Development, Alexsandra Guerra; and Carbon180's Senior Policy Advisor Ugbaad Kosar, and Policy Advisor Vanessa Suarez.

    Here are the topics and articles we discussed:


    Microsoft's RFP for their carbon negativity commitments, and Apple's carbon neutrality commitment.
    Full Committee Hearing to Examine Development and Deployment of Large-Scale Carbon Dioxide Management Technologies
    CREATE Act
    REPLANT Act
    FARM Act (& its biochar provisions)



    N.B. The self-titled Beyonce is the one Ross had in mind; crucial shownote, we know. Here is Carbon180's newsletter as well.


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