What is carbon removal?
Carbon dioxide removal (CDR), also known as negative emissions, is a process of CO₂ removal from the atmosphere.
Our planet is overloaded with CO₂ emissions, the main culprits being transport and production plants. Decreasing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere is essential to slow global warming. Most climate model scenarios show that we will not only need to ensure emissions reductions by 2050, but also remove billions of metric tons of carbon dioxide annually.