Catalysing the carbon removal our world will need.

It's undeniable, our planet is warming and decarbonisation is not happening fast enough. The IPCC is clear that carbon removal is unavoidable in the path to net zero emissions. Even optimists agree we’ll need to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere to make up for historical emissions.

We’re here to make that possible.

What is Carbon Dioxide Removal?

Carbon dioxide removal (CDR) is a human activity that captures CO2 from the atmosphere and stores it from decades to millennia

The Challenge

By 2050, we'll need to affordably capture and remove 5-10 billion tonnes of CO2e from the atmosphere. This means we have 25 years to increase our carbon removal capabilities by 4,000 times, a rate of expansion unprecedented in any industry.

A world of possibility

Given the scale of this challenge, no stone can be left unturned in the search for scalable carbon removal pathways. That’s why we’re certain we’ll need a portfolio of CDR solutions to get there from novel solutions like direct air capture, mineralisation, and biomass carbon storage to the more conventional solutions like restoring and regenerating our forests and soils.

View all pathways

Many of these pathways come with potential risks and co-benefits besides carbon removal. We’re committed to responsible approaches that contribute the potential for real scale, can sustain themselves and create broader value.

How we’re tackling it