Who is buying greenhouse gas removal credits and does it matter?

Aug 1, 2023

How can we build momentum and scale in an industry that should be kept as small as possible? And what if demand for its product predominantly comes from sources that should not use it? These are just two of the conundrums faced by the greenhouse gas removal industry, explain Josh Burke and Sam Fankhauser.

Publication details
Theme(s)
Carbon dioxide removal
Type(s)
Comment
Author(s)
Fankhauser, Sam
Year(s)
2023
LSE Grantham Institute

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