Scoping the Potential Need for Direct Air Capture
The rapid emergence of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) solutions to pull excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere raises important questions for investors, policymakers, and the whole of society about what near-term actions to take to advance these technologies. As awareness has grown, a wide range of stakeholders increasingly see CDR as a viable and necessary way to achieve 1.5˚C alignment. But the answers to the climate crisis are never simple. The potential large-scale deployment of CDR solutions brings trade-offs, costs, and uncertain systemic implications.
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