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We need to achieve net-zero emissions by mid-century to avoid catastrophic climate change, and business plays a big part in meeting this goal. Join 100% Renewables’ Co-CEO Barbara Albert as she interviews senior decision-makers from organizations leading the way on climate action. If you want to hear best practice stories of how other businesses drive net profit with zero emissions, this show is for you.
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The Carbon Removal Show is the world's leading in-depth podcast on carbon removal. We combine hours of research and interviews with the world’s leading experts to explore the latest developments in carbon removal technology and policy in an easy to digest and engaging podcast format. Our narrative driven, story-focused episodes are enjoyed by both experts in the field and climate-curious individuals wanting to learn more about this increasingly widespread topic. The problem of carbon emissio ...
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Send us a Text Message. “It is about understanding the low-hanging fruit and working on that. You don't have to change everything overnight. Yes, to do something like going carbon neutral, you have to be able to commit to buying offsets and not every business has that ability. So, the aim is to reduce your emissions first so that you have to buy le…
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Send us a Text Message. “It's called a crisis for a reason, and the sooner we can do things, the better. I think the education that I got through this process was that we are already at a point that is very difficult. So now we all have to get on board. You know, now I look at the world slightly differently when I travel myself, I look at what othe…
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While you’re waiting for more episodes of The Carbon Removal Show, we wanted to introduce you to another project that our very own Tom Previte has been busy on… Grounded: A Climate Startup Journey This is the story of a startup that wants to remove carbon from the atmosphere and help reshape our relationship with the planet. Ideally without burning…
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What happens when an individual company bakes industry scale up into their business philosophy? In this episode, Jakob Andersen shares the “gigaton thinking” mindset that drives his company, MASH Makes, in their approach to business and biochar. MASH Makes started as a project at the Technological University of Denmark focusing on technology that c…
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With scaling up in mind, this episode dives into an innovative concept that could help the industry take big steps forward. Tom and Emily are joined by Jonny Gilson from Carbonaires and Professor Niall Mac Dowell from Imperial College London to discuss Carbonaires’ ideas for the future of the voluntary carbon market. Big thanks to Carbonaires for s…
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2023 was a big year for carbon removal! With only 27 years until 2050, Tom and Emily look back on the last 12 months to reflect on the current stage of the industry’s growth commercially, socially and politically. With big thanks to the organisers, speakers and participants of Carbon Unbound Europe 2023 for welcoming us to the event and for all the…
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Season 3 continues and the team remains focused on scaling up. The question today: has it been done before? The task ahead is huge and can sometimes feel insurmountable. In order to deliver what scientists say is needed, the carbon removal industry must go from the young seedling emerging market we know today to a great complex ecosystem - and time…
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We are back! Did you miss us? Kicking off Season 3, Tom and Emily are exploring what it will take to grow the carbon removal industry to the scale we need. They speak to various actors in the carbon removal space, from project developers and policy experts to marketplaces and buyers. Their curiosity for the scaling problem took the team on a trip t…
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Send us a Text Message. “It doesn’t make sense to go carbon neutral and purchase carbon offsets that might be dodgy. The purpose of achieving carbon neutrality is that you want to prove to the marketplace that you care about the environment and that you are taking a stand against climate change. You don’t want to open yourself up to reputational da…
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Send us a Text Message. “I think authenticity is really important. It's nice to look and learn from what other people are doing, but follow your own normative compass. Follow the path that looks right for you and your organisation, and just work your way through it, step by step. Be ready to have ethically defensible strategies when operating in ar…
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Send us a Text Message. “One of the most impactful things we can do if you're passionate about climate change is to support politics. It's striking at the root of what needs to be done to make sure that the people who are working on the policies are going to drive this transformation. If we don't have the right people working at the root in favour …
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The world’s coastal areas are some of the most at risk places on earth when it comes to climate change, but could they potentially be some of the most valuable places for creating solutions too? It’s time for part two in our mini-series on Oceans and... it's the Season two finale! As we established in last week’s episode, oceans are now becoming a …
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The time has finally come to talk about ocean-based carbon removal! In this episode (the first in our two-part mini-series on Oceans) Tom and Emily will be exploring the role that oceans can play in carbon removal. They'll be focusing on the way kelp is being used as a biomass-based approach to carbon removal speaking to two companies who are using…
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Send us a Text Message. “We don't have to worry about the next quarterly cycle, like public companies do. We can take judgments that transcend that cycle, understanding that seasons and natural systems produce variable results. We've made a judgment to leave a whole bunch of fish uncaught, with a negative impact on profitability, and we've made tha…
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It's not only big names like Microsoft who are addressing their impact on the climate crisis, there are lots of smaller organisations appearing on carbon removal buyer lists too! This week's episode puts a spotlight on Aledade, a US healthcare services organisation with an interesting philosophy and strategy behind their carbon removal purchases. W…
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Send us a Text Message. “One of the things that we've also done is put in an internal carbon price. We'll be using that in modelling all our CapEx decisions and strategy to understand the impacts of various decisions on our targets and the financial return. The CFOs of our businesses saw immediately how that process could help us achieve our goals …
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Now we've been through the process of buying our first carbon credits, we wondered how a larger, infinitely more complex operation might do the same. We spoke to Elizabeth Willmott from Microsoft to get to the bottom of what it means to be a big time buyer of carbon credits. We dive into the company's climate strategy, how to remove the emissions o…
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Having spent the previous six weeks on our travels, bringing you carbon conferencing from near and far, this week we're taking our traditional mid-season break. With six episodes behind us and several more on the way, there's plenty to look forward to. To learn more about The Carbon Removal Show, including further reading and all our sources, head …
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All the excitement of recording the previous two episodes in Iceland left us with one puzzling question. How would we practice what we preach and offset the carbon we emitted by flying there? We set our researcher Henry on the case, and got in touch with the show's sponsors, Patch, in order to work out the best way forward. Thanks to our guests: He…
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Following our trip to the climate conference at Iceland Innovation Week, we wanted to explore. Today we're trying to get to the bottom of whether Iceland is a geological and political anomaly or a real glimpse into a potential brighter future for all of us. Many thanks to our guests in this episode: Sandra Ósk Snæbjörnsdóttir, Head of CO2 mineral s…
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Tickets? Booked. Microphone? Packed. Passport..? This week we're off to Reykjavik to take part in Iceland Innovation Week's climate conference Ok, bye. The event's name refers to the first Icelandic glacier lost to climate change, Ok-jökull and it was a chance for us to check in with some of the businesses and policymakers turning this isolated Nor…
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Send us a Text Message. In this special podcast episode, we speak with three people with significant experience in the transport sector, coming from the car manufacturing perspective, the policy perspective, and the motorist's perspective - Scott Nargar, David Malicki and Nikesh Murali. In this episode, we talk about how transport emissions can be …
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It's our final episode from the UK Greenhouse Gas Removal Event in London and our very own Tom Previte was asked to host another panel. This one was called "Getting it right for people and the planet" and was the conference's public facing panel, giving non-experts and newcomers a chance to learn about and ask questions on greenhouse gas removal in…
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Today we’re at the UK Greenhouse Gas Removal Event, a gathering of researchers, policy makers and businesses, to discuss the state of carbon removal in the UK today. CO2RE, the greenhouse gas removal hub led by Oxford University and the hosts of the event, were kind enough to ask us to host a pair of panels across the two day conference. We caught …
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We're back! And we've been busy... Today, Tom visits the Science Museum in London to take a look at Our Future Planet, the museum's carbon removal exhibition. As carbon communicators ourselves, we were keen to find out what the Science Museum were doing to educate their guests on our favourite topic of discussion. Tom was taken through the exhibiti…
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Send us a Text Message. This is part 2 of a special podcast recording based on a webinar that Barbara Albert, our Co-CEO, ran under the Entrepreneur’s Program to explain the fundamentals of Net Zero to Australian small and medium-sized businesses. In the first part of the recording, Barbara introduced carbon accounting, carbon scopes, calculating y…
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Send us a Text Message. This podcast episode is sponsored by AusIndustry, a Commonwealth Government program, which helps eligible businesses strengthen, grow and innovate, and develop and commercialise new ideas and products – locally, nationally and globally. The program also helps businesses achieve net zero via support from consultancies such as…
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Send us a Text Message. In this podcast episode, we speak with Emma Bombonato, Environmental Sustainability Manager of Sydney Opera House. The Opera House is the nation’s premier tourist destination and one of the world’s busiest performing arts centres. Being a carbon neutral organisation under Climate Active since 2018, the Sydney Opera House bui…
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Send us a Text Message. In this podcast episode, we speak with Rob Waterworth, CEO of FLINTpro and the Mullion Group. The Mullion Group is a global software and consulting company, highly sought after for its expertise in greenhouse gas inventory systems for the land sector. We talk about carbon emissions and removals in the land sector such as car…
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Send us a Text Message. “Rewiring a community means electrifying the majority of the households, the vehicles, the water heaters, the space heaters, the kitchens, and powering it with a mix of rooftop solar, community renewables, and grid-based renewables, all backed up by batteries everywhere. This is a pathway to zero emissions, better public hea…
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Good news! The Carbon Removal Show will be coming back for another season this summer. We want to make it as interesting, entertaining and educational as possible for all of you so we're asking you to let us know your thoughts about Season 1, Head to restored.cc/feedback to let us know what you think! Thanks to Cofruition for consulting on and prod…
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Send us a Text Message. In this podcast episode, we speak with Adrian Minshull, co-founder, CEO and Managing Director of the Hydroflux Group, one of Australia’s fastest growing and leading specialist water and wastewater solutions providers and Julia Seddon, CEO and Director of Cress Consulting, a subsidiary of the Hydroflux group. We talk about th…
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Now you've discovered what carbon removal is all about, what are you going to do next? In this finale, we have brought together a mix of carbon removal-related inspiration: An interactive game to help us all understand the road to gigaton-scale carbon removal A reflection on how COP26 left the carbon removal space (spoiler - we really do need it an…
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What we do about climate change may be one of the biggest questions of our generation. Everyone should be able to have their say. This means we need to start having conversations in earnest to understand how we really think and feel about carbon removal. But these conversations about carbon removal may feel uncomfortable, a sad reflection on where …
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"It's not going to take a few dozen, or a few hundred, or a couple thousand people working on this. We're going to need many more people working on this." (Marcius Extavour) These days, we talk about carbon removal at the scale of tonnes - hundreds...even thousands of them. Over the coming decades, we will likely need to be talking at the scale of …
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For carbon removal to thrive under capitalism, we need thriving carbon removal businesses. And thriving carbon removal businesses need an income - but who's paying? Can a service like this, operating for the good of humanity, really work in a world that revolves around money? That's the crux of this week's episode. Carbon marketplaces offer one mod…
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We're taking a short mid-season break this week but don't worry, we'll be back next week. In this short bonus episode to tide you over, Tom and Emily discuss what we've learned so far and where we'll be going next. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ To learn more about The Carbon Removal Show, including further reading, sources from the episode, and our f…
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Send us a Text Message. In this podcast episode, we speak with Jaana Quaintance-James, the Chief Sustainability Officer of Global Fashion Group. Global Fashion Group, or GFG for short, serves customers in 17 countries and connects one billion potential consumers with thousands of global, local and own brands via its e-commerce platforms. We talk ab…
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Measurable, instant, continuous carbon capture and safe, reliable, permanent storage. Sound too good to be true? Actually, this is exactly what engineered solutions like DAC (Direct Air Capture) and geological sequestration claim to bring to our carbon removal toolkit. The former promises technological innovation that does a tree's job better than …
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At first, the idea of harvesting, harnessing, even burning our beloved biomass may seem counterintuitive, at least from a carbon removal perspective. Why not just leave biomass be? Well, as we've heard so far this season, the carbon cycle is out of kilter. Even with our best efforts of restoration and enhancement, relying on forests and soils alone…
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"We can sequester with regenerative agriculture between 5% of all emissions and 100% of all emissions. That's a big difference" Whenever we used to find ourselves around farmland, we never paid much attention to the soil beneath our feet. Making this episode will make us think twice next time... Why? Because, when you dig a little deeper, soil is f…
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"The jingle which everyone quotes is the right tree in the right place" (Harriet Rix) At first, the clear need for carbon removal begs the question - isn't that what trees do? And they do - amongst a whole host of other benefits that they bring to our lives (tree-huggers exist for good reason). Yet human activity certainly does not always display o…
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"The need is irrefutable. It's scientific fact. We need carbon removal" (Sophie Purdom) If you're reading this, you've probably considered a certain question at some point in your life. It's the same question that puzzles the mind of many others, from activists to artists, businesses to busy parents: how do we heal the damage we've caused - and are…
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Send us a Text Message. In this podcast episode, we interview two outstanding behavioural scientists - Dr Juliette Tobias-Webb and Dr Philipe Bujold. We are going to investigate how behavioural science can help drive net profit with zero emissions. We look into how organisations can inspire and motivate their employees, suppliers and customers to m…
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The facts are clear - the planet is heating up because of emissions humans are putting into the atmosphere. Even if we are able to cut out all our carbon emissions as fast as possible, we would still need to remove carbon we've already put in the atmosphere to hit global temperature targets. Join Emily Swaddle and Tom Previte as they explore the wo…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, we speak with Lion, one of Australia’s largest brewers to hear more about their climate change targets and their journey towards net-zero emissions. We talk about Lion’s carbon footprint in Australia and globally, including their scopes 1, 2 and 3 for their operations and supply chain emissions and what meas…
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Send us a Text Message. “I think it’s justified that the built environment moves much more quickly. Rather than casting out long-term scenarios, for many sectors of the economy, the question should be, why not net-zero today? If not, why not?”, argues Bruce Precious in today’s episode, which discusses the question of how the built environment can a…
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Send us a Text Message. Transitioning to net-zero is now prominent on the agenda in many boardrooms. As more companies embark on their sustainability journey, the challenge many face is whether to talk about it and how and when to meaningfully engage with stakeholders. In this episode, we are talking to Robyn Sefiani, CEO of Sefiani Communications …
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Send us a Text Message. As more and more services are being offered digitally and more and more devices become connected, the carbon footprint of data centres, which host digital infrastructure, is growing rapidly. In this episode, we are speaking with Craig Scroggie, the CEO and Managing Director of NEXTDC, a leading data centre provider in Austra…
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Send us a Text Message. Revolving Energy Funds are a great mechanism to finance climate action strategies. They are a self-sustaining funding mechanism, which you start with seed capital that you invest in sustainability projects, such as energy efficiency, water conservation, or solar projects, for example. The fund’s unique feature is that you re…
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