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The Co2lector – A short story by Andrew Dana Hudson

Being a sunvalet was a lot like being a regular valet, Raf figured, just a hundred times harder. It wasn’t just that parking was an aggressively dwindling commodity these days;...
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September Collector of the Month: Christopher Donnelly

A UX designer by day, Christopher has shared his abundant talents and scarce time to produce OpenAir’s most popular piece of merch, the I [ ] Basalt t-shirt; while driving the development of our new carbon hacker competition platform for DIY carbon removal, launching this fall.

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August Collector of the Month: Janine Kong

Janine is the excellent host and curator of OpenAir’s new short video series, Know This!, on YouTube and Instagram.

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July Collector of the Month: David Wilson

For many months hardware developer David Wilson has been steadily advancing a DIY carbon absorption measurement device that will help verify and quantify the efficacy of OpenAir’s Cyan mineralization system, a project conceived and led by fellow collector (And April 2021 Collector of the Month) Dahl Winters. David’s novel conductivity meter approach promises to add a low cost, high quality verification layer that can be built and operated at home at a scale that nicely aligns with Cyan’s design and cost.

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This Is CDR Episode 37: Carbin Minerals with Dr. Greg Dipple & Paul Needham

This Is CDR is an ongoing series of online events to explore the range of carbon dioxide removal solutions that are currently in development. This week, we welcome Carbin Minerals...
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June Collector of the Month: Zacariah Heim

Zacariah jumped right into OpenAir’s R&D action back in April, hitting the ground running and making things happen right out of the gate. He has brought an impressive background in chemistry, biohacking and opensource software to the work, and has led the reorganization of OAC’s github repository, making it far easier to navigate and plug into.

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This Is CDR Episode 36: Puro.earth’s Carbon Removal Marketplace

This Is CDR is an ongoing series of online events to explore the range of carbon dioxide removal solutions that are currently in development. This week, we talk with Antti...
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This Is CDR Episode 35: Dr. Gregory Nemet on Scaling Carbon Removal

This Is CDR is an ongoing series of online events to explore the range of carbon dioxide removal solutions that are currently in development. This week, we talk with Dr....
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This Is CDR Episode 37: Carbin Minerals with Dr. Greg Dipple & Paul Needham

This Is CDR is an ongoing series of online events to explore the range of carbon dioxide removal solutions that are currently in development. This week, we welcome Carbin Minerals...
By Peter Malamud Smith June 14, 2022

This Is CDR Episode 36: Puro.earth’s Carbon Removal Marketplace

This Is CDR is an ongoing series of online events to explore the range of carbon dioxide removal solutions that are currently in development. This week, we talk with Antti...
By Peter Malamud Smith May 31, 2022

This Is CDR Episode 35: Dr. Gregory Nemet on Scaling Carbon Removal

This Is CDR is an ongoing series of online events to explore the range of carbon dioxide removal solutions that are currently in development. This week, we talk with Dr....
By Peter Malamud Smith May 30, 2022
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The Co2lector – A short story by Andrew Dana Hudson

Being a sunvalet was a lot like being a regular valet, Raf figured, just a hundred times harder. It wasn’t just that parking was an aggressively dwindling commodity these days;...
By Andrew Dana Hudson November 3, 2022

Concrete: Square one for scaling distributed direct air capture?

Concrete is a massive global industry that is projected to grow significantly in the coming decades to meet the demand of increased urbanization and infrastructure renewal. New technological solutions that...
By OpenAir Team December 21, 2021

In the Short History of Ocean-Based Carbon Dioxide Removal, New York’s Long Island Is Making Its Mark

Ocean-based carbon dioxide removal (CDR) has been much in the news this month. In addition to two excellent OpenAir This Is CDR presentations from SeaChange and Planetary Hydrogen, important and...
By Toby Bryce December 19, 2021
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September Collector of the Month: Christopher Donnelly

You first jumped into OpenAir during our Ireland policy advocacy campaign earlier this year, but quickly discovered our R&D work and began contributing to CYAN. As a UX designer, what...
By Christopher Neidl September 6, 2022

August Collector of the Month: Janine Kong

So Janine, you jumped right into OpenAir just a few months ago but immediately hit the ground running.  You’ve taken on the role as curator and host of Know This!...
By Christopher Neidl August 2, 2022

July Collector of the Month: David Wilson

For over a year you have been a very active participant in OpenAir’s Cyan and Carbon Forming missions, focusing on the critical element of carbon removal measurement. Can you share...
By Christopher Neidl July 3, 2022