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Carbon Removal, Also Known as Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) or Carbon Sequestration, Refers to the Process of Removing CO2 From the Atmosphere and Storing It Long Term

This is achieved through technologies such as Direct Air Capture (DAC), Biochar Carbon Removal (BCR), Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement (OAE) and Enhanced Rock Weathering (ERW) but doesn't include the earth's natural absorption of CO2 that happens without human interference.

According to all IPCC scenarios, decarbonization is no longer enough...

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To meet Net Zero by 2050, we must remove billions of tons of CO2 from the atmosphere each year and permanently sequester it to meet the Paris Climate Goals and remain below 1.5º-2ºC warming.

Carbon removal is mandatory under the IPCC and SBTI recommendations to remove hard-to-abate emissions and reach Net Zero.

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