This is CDR
THIS IS CDR is OpenAir’s weekly webinar series that explores the ever-widening range of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) solutions currently being researched, developed, and deployed, and contextualizes them for policy proposals under development for New York, and other states and localities. Hosted by Toby Bryce in Brooklyn and Megha Raghavan in London.
This is CDR EP01: Intro to CDR with Evvan Morton, Ph.D.
This is CDR EP13: Charm Industrial with Peter Reinhardt
This Is CDR EP12: Running Tide with Marty Odlin
This Is CDR EP11: Project Vesta & Coastal Carbon Removal with Kelly Erhart and Tom Green
This Is CDR EP10: Carbon Fiber from CO2 with Aaron Fitzgerald
This IS CDR EP09: Climeworks Update - 2021 and Beyond with Christoph Beuttler
This Is CDR EP08: Carbon Sequestration in the Built Environment with Chris Magwood
This Is CDR EP07: Geological Sequestration with David Goldberg, PhD.
This Is CDR EP06: SEA MATE with Matthew Eisaman, PhD
This Is CDR EP05: Intro to DAC with Habib Azarabadi, PhD
This Is CDR EP04: Ocean CDR Pathways with Catherine Jadot PhD and David Koweek PhD
This Is CDR EP03: Biochar with Kathleen Draper
This is CDR EP02: Rock Dust! with Garrett Boudinot, PhD
This Is CDR EP14: The Carbon Removal Leadership Act (CRLA)
This is CDR EP15: Noya with Josh Santos, CEO
CarbonFIT is a new advocacy mission kicking off in late 2021. Collectors Sven Clement (Luxembourg Member of Parliament), and the CarbonFIT mission team are developing new CDR legislation for Luxembourg (and beyond) using an OpenAir created crowd-based policymaking method called the Collective Intelligence Relay (CIR). Tune in here to follow their progress!
CarbonFit Mission Kick-Off! - Sven Clement, Greg Nemet, PhD & Chris Neidl
CarbonFIT Collective Intelligence Relay (Session 1)
CarbonFIT Collective Intelligence Relay (Session 2)
CarbonFIT Collective Intelligence Relay (Session 3)
Teach-In: The German Feed-In Tariff - A Social and Policy History (Prof. Joern Hoppman)
This miniature, open-source device removes small amounts of CO2 from the air using simple, inexpensive off-the-shelf components. Its earliest version is simple by design, enabling large numbers of people to explore new directions and pathways for its future evolution.
Cyan #4 Build: Courtni & Kathy
Prototype Presentation: CYAN CO2 MONITORING PROBE (David Wilson)
How to build your own DIY direct air capture machine: Cyan!—w/ Dahl Winters of OpenAir Collective
TSM: Hello, Cyan! with Dahl Winters