Planting new trees and restoring old forests are excellent, affordable ways to remove CO₂. Learn how effective trees can be at solving the climate crisis.
Modern technology allows us to capture carbon dioxide from ambient air and permanently store it, helping to reduce atmospheric CO₂ levels
Our planet naturally sequesters carbon dioxide over thousands of years. By amplifying this process CO₂ can be mineralised while also reversing ocean acidity
By heating plant matter to 400-500ºC in a low oxygen environment, the CO₂ can be stored long term in the form of Biochar.
Climate change or global warming refers to the changes in Earth’s climate caused by a man-made excess of greenhouse gases like CO₂ in the atmosphere.
Carbon removal refers to the human-driven extraction and permanent removal of the greenhouse gas CO₂ from the atmosphere to reverse climate change.
The greenhouse effect is a natural phenomena in which the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere trap heat leading to an increased temperature.
Greenhouse gases living in Earth’s atmosphere absorb and emit heat. This results in the greenhouse effect and due to an excess, climate change.
CO₂ is the most significant greenhouse gas in the air. Currently there is a man-made excess of CO₂ in Earth’s atmosphere heating the planet.
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