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With our technology, Novoclime,

we can scale Direct-Air-Capture to Gigatons

Understanding Removal

IPCC report says that we need to remove 100-1000 gigatons of emissions in this century, which comes down to removing a minimum of 1 Gigaton every year & we are not even close. 

Why is it necessary to remove emissions directly from the atmosphere?



Every emission has a source, but not all emissions can be reduced to zero at the source. The can be reduced, but not completely due to technological limitations and other reasons. For e.g. a power plant may be able to reduce 40- 45% of its emissions and the rest is let into the atmosphere. We need to remove the emissions that have been let into the atmosphere.

There are unavoidable emissions, like in Aviation or Cement Production. We have recently started to be climate-conscious, but we have been emitting for ages. All these emissions have to be removed by scrubbing Carbon Dioxide directly from the atmosphere. 

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Reduction is done at the source. The reporting company can do it at their end by adopting technological or other measures

For e.g. (1) A company reduces all diesel-powered vehicles to Electric (2) A cement plant deploys CCUS to reduce emissions by 15%

There is a limit to the reduction of emissions. Emissions cannot be reduced to zero due to technological and other limitations.

Since emissions cannot be reduced to zero, removal comes into the picture. Without removing emissions, reaching Net-Zero is impossible. 

Emissions that could not be reduced at the source, like unavoidable emissions, residual emissions & historic emissions need to be removed.

is generally sourced and is independent of the source & its location as it is the same atmosphere everywhere.
The process requires Carbon Dioxide to be directly scrubbed from the atmosphere using technology.