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Dr. Leo Park

Dr. Leo Park joins Capture6 as Vice President, Strategic Development

Capture6 is thrilled to welcome Dr. Leo Park as Vice President of Strategic Development. Dr. Park will be implementing Capture6’s mission to deploy affordable gigaton-scale direct air capture within the next decade and deliver benefits for communities and the planet. … Read More

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Capture6 Sets Out To Remove 5M Tons Of CO2 From The Air In New Zealand

Direct air capture (DAC) company Capture6 is making plans to remove millions of tons of CO2 from the air every year in New Zealand. The firm has set out to build its first DAC plant … Read More

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Carbon capture: Firm wants to remove millions of tonnes of CO2 from the air in New Zealand

Capture6 co-founder Luke Shors said his firm had developed a simple, scaleable model and that New Zealand could play a cutting-edge role in the industry. … Read More

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Climate Justice Priorities for Direct Air Capture

Stakeholder engagement is crucial to the development, implementation, and operation of DAC facilities, so that historically marginalized groups, frontline communities, and industrializing nations can decide what climate justice … Read More

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How should the UNFCCC include carbon removal under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement?

We worked with Parallel Carbon, AirCapture, Airhive, and the DAC Coalition to share ideas on developing a market for durable carbon removal. … Read More

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UCL School of Management hosts Dr. Ethan Cohen-Cole, CEO and co-founder of Capture6

UCL School of Management is thrilled to welcome Dr. Ethan Cohen-Cole, CEO and co-founder of Capture6, to host a discussion on carbon removal on 12 October. … Read More

Direct Air Capture

A trillion-dollar carbon removal market?

So the conversation about plausible future market size is a very important one, even with all the caveats. But if we’re going to engage it, it’s important that we frame it up well and see the question(s) with clear eyes even when the future is opaque. … Read More