Frontier fund inks $53m offtake deal with US carbon removals firm Charm Industrial

Cecilia Keating
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A Charm Industrial pyrolysis site in Kansas, USA | Credit: Charm Industrial
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A Charm Industrial pyrolysis site in Kansas, USA | Credit: Charm Industrial

Advance carbon credit purchase agreement marks largest to date from $1bn CO2 removals coalition backed by Alphabet, Meta, Shopify, Stripe, McKinsey Sustainability, H&M Group, and more

A host of global corporates and household brands have joined a $53m deal to collectively buy hundreds of thousands of tonnes of carbon offset credits from US CO2 removals company Charm Industrial, marking...

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