Mission Meetup: CYAN (Weekly)

CYAN is an OpenAir R&D mission focused on the creative development and evolution of a miniature, open source carbon mineralization device that is made with off the shelf parts. In this weekly meeting mission members brainstorm, plan, solve problems and share ideas related to Cyan and its development. To join weekly meetups attendees must first...
By Christopher Neidl October 31, 2021

This Is CDR: Running Tide with Marty Odlin [Webinar]

This week we are pleased to welcome Marty Odlin to tell us how Running Tide is employing technology and automated systems to grow and deploy kelp for permanent carbon sequestration in the deep ocean. Marty Odlin is Founder and CEO of Running Tide, a Maine-based company seeking to harness, accelerate, and scale the most impactful restorative processes naturally at work...
By Toby Bryce October 30, 2021

Mission Meetup: CYAN (Weekly)

CYAN is an OpenAir R&D mission focused on the creative development and evolution of a miniature, open source carbon mineralization device that is made with off the shelf parts. In this weekly meeting mission members brainstorm, plan, solve problems and share ideas related to Cyan and its development. To join weekly meetups attendees must first...
By Christopher Neidl October 31, 2021

Mission Kick Off: The Four Corner Carbon Removal Coalition (WEBINAR)

What role can our cities, counties and other local governments play in accelerating Carbon Dioxide Removal leadership and progress? At OpenAir we think it might not happen at all without them. For years local governments have been far ahead of states and the federal government in implementing serious emissions targets and creative policies in support...
By OpenAir Team November 8, 2021

Mission Meetup: CYAN (Weekly)

CYAN is an OpenAir R&D mission focused on the creative development and evolution of a miniature, open source carbon mineralization device that is made with off the shelf parts. In this weekly meeting mission members brainstorm, plan, solve problems and share ideas related to Cyan and its development. To join weekly meetups attendees must first...
By Christopher Neidl October 31, 2021

Carbon City: Transforming CO2 through New York’s Built Environment.

Carbontech describes applications that remove or capture CO2 and transform it into useful products and materials. It is projected to scale into a trillion dollar industry in the coming decades. How this development will ultimately relate to broader emissions reduction objectives and economic development goals has emerged a subject of growing interest within global climate discourse. But...
By Christopher Neidl November 10, 2021

This Is CDR: The Carbon Dioxide Removal Leadership Act with Toby Bryce & Megha Raghavan

This week on This Is CDR we are going to do something a little different. We are pleased to welcome OpenAir’s own Megha Raghavan and Toby Bryce to present the world premiere of the Carbon Dioxide Removal Leadership Act (CDRLA), a legislative policy proposal that has been researched, developed, drafted, and advanced by OpenAir’s policy advocacy team. The CDRLA leverages...
By Christopher Neidl October 31, 2021

Mission Meetup: CYAN (Weekly)

CYAN is an OpenAir R&D mission focused on the creative development and evolution of a miniature, open source carbon mineralization device that is made with off the shelf parts. In this weekly meeting mission members brainstorm, plan, solve problems and share ideas related to Cyan and its development. To join weekly meetups attendees must first...
By Christopher Neidl

Mission Meetup: CYAN (Weekly)

CYAN is an OpenAir R&D mission focused on the creative development and evolution of a miniature, open source carbon mineralization device that is made with off the shelf parts. In this weekly meeting mission members brainstorm, plan, solve problems and share ideas related to Cyan and its development. To join weekly meetups attendees must first...
By Christopher Neidl

This Is CDR: Noya’s Cooling Tower Based Direct Air Capture with Josh Santos [Webinar]

This week we are pleased to welcome Josh Santos to tell us about Noya’s novel approach to distributed direct air carbon capture (DACC) that leverages existing commercial cooling towers. Josh Santos is the co-founder and CEO of Noya, a company that’s reversing climate change by capturing CO2 from the sky using existing commercial cooling towers. Prior to...
By Christopher Neidl