Over the previous two decades, a diverse array of geochemical negative emissions technologies (NETs) have been proposed, which use alkaline minerals for removing and permanently storing atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2). This paper reviews the current state of geochemical NETs, highlighting key features (mineral resources; processes; kinetics; storage durability; synergies with other NETs such as DAC, risks; limitations; co-benefits, environmental impacts and life-cycle assessment). The role of organisms and biological mechanisms in enhancing geochemical NETs is also explored.
Global map of geochemical NET companies, projects, initiatives and non-profits featuring Capture6 is included in the full article published by Frontiers in Climate.
Capture6 appreciates the opportunity to emphasize environmental justice and a just transition. While we all want to build solutions for carbon removal, it’s imperative to do so in a way that works for communities. … Read More
Capture6 has joined Third Derivative’s accelerator program as a part of Cohort 23-2. We’re grateful to be joining this group of innovators, and look forward to scaling removals with their support and expertise. … Read More