The Case for Direct Air Capture: Decarbonising Cement Production

The International Energy Agency has identified emissions from industries like cement, iron and steel — accounting for one-quarter of global CO2 emissions — as being the most challenging to abate (eliminate). Our previous features focused on decarbonising aviation and shipping. If you haven’t read those already, they are well worth a quick 2-minute read…even if we do say […]

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The Case for Direct Air Capture: Decarbonising Shipping

The first in this ‘The Case for’ series touched on the merits of using direct air capture (DAC) technology as a means to decarbonise the aviation industry. If you haven’t already, it is well worth giving it a read here. For those new to DAC, the technology involves the extraction of carbon dioxide directly from the […]

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The Case for Direct Air Capture: Decarbonising Aviation

Direct Air Capture (DAC) is a revolutionary new technology, involving the direct removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. With applications in the decarbonisation of some of the most polluting industries on the planet — for example aviation, shipping and cement production — DAC has the potential to make a substantial dent in combating atmospheric […]

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