How meeting climate goals could require a 1,500-fold increase in advanced carbon removals

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How meeting climate goals could require a 1,500-fold increase in advanced carbon removals

Pioneering analysis of global nascent carbon removals sector published as leading offsets provider is accused of selling 'junk credits'

The world is failing to pursure the levels of carbon removal capacity that is likely to be required to meet global climate goals, researchers at Oxford University have today warned. An analysis of the...

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