What Changed for CDR in 2023- and What Didn'tWhat Changed for CDR in 2023- and What Didn't
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What Changed for CDR in 2023- and What Didn't

Episode #

What Changed for CDR in 2023- and What Didn't


2023 is coming to a close, and a lot has happened in the world of CDR this year.

We’re going to take a look at the year in carbon removal to find out what’s changed in the last year- and what hasn’t.

Investment in CDR remains strong, with many big deals making headlines- but what hasn’t changed? Deployments remain small and few in number.

The traditional offset market has faced scrutiny like never before, and seen a dip in investment. What’s still the same? Corporate buyers are still seeking out the lowest quality products.

Broadly climate progress is being made, but a new emissions gap report highlights how much more work there is and how much CDR has to grow to contribute.

So join us as our business panel takes a look at what’s new in CDR, and what’s the same as it ever was.

On This Episode

Susan Su

Na’im Merchant

Radhika Moolgavkar


Oxy-Climeworks Deal

New Frontier DAC Purchase

Heirloom Announces First US DAC Plant

Carbon Market Chaos

Bloomberg Report on Offsets

UN Emissions Gap Report

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