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Climeworks’ TOP 100 keynote: ‘Stick to your purpose, and eventually, you will achieve your vision’

On Oct 16, 2020
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A clear vision and perseverance can remove obstacles and—in Climeworks’ case—CO2. Founded in 2009, the cleantech startup looks back at a decade in which it proved all critics wrong and shattered the fundraising record for investments in direct air capture. ...

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Climeworks’ TOP 100 keynote: ‘Stick to your purpose, and eventually, you will achieve your vision’

Climeworks’ TOP 100 keynote: ‘Stick to your purpose, and eventually, you will achieve your vision’

A clear vision and perseverance can remove obstacles and—in Climeworks’ case—CO2. Founded in 2009, the cleantech startup looks back at a decade in which it proved all critics wrong and ...

Climeworks: the Swiss CO2 vacuum cleaner

Climeworks: the Swiss CO2 vacuum cleaner

The Zurich-based company Climeworks has developed giant sensors to filter ambient air and capture carbon dioxide, which is then injected underground. Since the start-up was founded in 2017, ...

Climeworks raises CHF 73M

Climeworks raises CHF 73M

Climeworks has successfully raised CHF 73 million (USD 75 million) in equity from private investors. This is the largest private investment into direct air capture to date. Private ...

Going carbon negative: What are the technology options?

Going carbon negative: What are the technology options?

Going carbon negative: What are the technology options? - A commentary by Sara Budinis

Trump is considering a fervent climate denier to lead a White House panel assessing climate change risk

Trump is considering a fervent climate denier to lead a White House panel assessing climate change risk

William Happer compares the “demonization” of carbon dioxide to the Holocaust.

Trump Is Considering a Fervent Climate Denier to Lead a White House Panel Assessing Climate Change Risk

Trump Is Considering a Fervent Climate Denier to Lead a White House Panel Assessing Climate Change Risk

William Happer compares the "demonization" of carbon dioxide to the mass murder of Jews in the Holocaust.

Climeworks raises CHF 73 million – the largest ever private investment into direct air capture

Climeworks raises CHF 73 million – the largest ever private investment into direct air capture

Climeworks has successfully raised CHF 73 million (USD 75 million) in equity from private investors. This is the largest private investment into direct air capture to date. The funding will ...

Earth’s Climate-Change Liposuction: Sucking Carbon From the Air

Earth’s Climate-Change Liposuction: Sucking Carbon From the Air

Countable asks: Should the government direct resources toward developing technologies that remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere? That’s a pretty revolutionary concept.” — Andrew Steer, ...

Can Removing Carbon From the Atmosphere Save Us from Climate Catastrophe?

Can Removing Carbon From the Atmosphere Save Us from Climate Catastrophe?

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says that limiting global warming to 1.5˚C will require removing CO2 from the atmosphere. How feasible is this?

Restoring soils could remove up to ‘5.5bn tonnes’ of greenhouse gases every year

Restoring soils could remove up to ‘5.5bn tonnes’ of greenhouse gases every year

Replenishing and protecting the world’s soil carbon stores could help to offset up to 5.5bn tonnes of greenhouse gases every year, a study finds. This is just under the current annual ...