CO₂-removal News

Development Associate – PROJECT VESTA

Deadline: December 17th, 2021

Project Vesta is developing a commercial model for Coastal Carbon Capture through the sale of carbon removal credits and the expansion of our corporate, NGO, and policy partnerships. You’ll work directly with the Director of Business Development, a Cofounder and member of the Executive Team, in two areas. First, you’ll help achieve our not-for-profit fundraising goals. Second, you’ll help us build and develop relationships with key external stakeholders such as corporate partners, NGOs, and government agencies.

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Ihejirika (2021): The role of CCUS in accelerating Canada’s transition to net-zero

Ihejirika, Nnaziri IN: OIES Paper: ET, No. 02 (2021) ISBN 978-1-78467-184-6, The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, Oxford

Canada has been an enthusiastic developer and implementer of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technologies, currently accounting for nearly 20 per cent of installed CCUS capacity globally. Along with a steep hike in the federal carbon price announced in 2020, the government has crafted a hydrogen-centric strategy to support a decarbonized economic transition, with CCUS identified as a key enabler of both pathways.

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Podcast: Carbon Removal at COP26 & the US commits billions towards DAC

by Nori (Carbon Removal Newsroom at Spotify)

The most significant Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) policy updates from COP26 were summarized here. Many countries are pledging to bring their emissions to net-zero in the next few decades. What are the specifics of these new pledges, how does CDR fit into all of this, and what needs to happen to push the CDR industry forward in a timely manner?

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Biomass to biochar – maximizing the Carbon Value

by the Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources (Washington State University)

For these up to date report, fourty biochar producers, practitioners, scientists, and engineers held a virtual workshop in April 2020 to chart a roadmap (184 pages, summary 18 pages) for future development of the biochar industry in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

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Next Generation Capture Technologies: 2nd Stakeholder Engagement Workshop

Thursday 20 January 2022 at 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm

AECOM, the University of Sheffield and BEIS (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) are holding this online workshop to provide a progress update, give technology developers an opportunity to present their technologies and provide a platform for further interaction and industry engagement on application of these technologies in different sectors.

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