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Carbon Removal Technology

A consortium of organisations and individuals developing carbon removal technology, conducting research and engaging with policy in India.

OUR MISSION

To support the development of a carbon removal sector in India to generate income, investment and jobs while reducing green house gases in the atmosphere.

OUR VISION

The carbon removal sector in

India is a global leader in carbon reduction technology and application.

 

India exports its products and services globally.

The sector leads the world in the generation of high quality carbon credits. 

To keep on a 1.5°C pathway, current emission must drop by 50% by 2030 and reach net zero by 2050.

carbon removal per year

2021

0.02 Gt Co2 / yr

Carbon removal needed by year to maintain the 1.5°C pathways.

carbon removal

2030

1.4 Gt Co2 / yr

carbon removal by 2050

2050

9.3 Gt Co2 / yr

TECHNOLOGIES

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Perennial Bioenergy Crops for BECCS

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Enhanced Rock Weathering

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Biochar

Carbon Removal

Technologies of Focus

in India.

MEMBERS

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Founding members who share

the same vision for the future and believe in a common mission. 

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RESOURCES

Carbon Removal in India; A Potential Transformative Sector

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As the CDR sector develops there will be countries where tonnage can be durably removed from the atmosphere, while generating massive benefits for agricultural systems in regions which will be highly impacted by Climate Change. Srishti Singh and Tom Mills delivered a Keynote on the opportunity to lead the world high scale CDR at CDR San Francisco on 6th November 2023.

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New Carbon Removal Newsroom episode ft. Tom Mills and Shantanu Agarwal on CRIA efforts to scale up CDR in India.
It's clear that India could play a pivotal role in achieving global carbon removal goals, offering cost-effective and scalable solutions. How is a new organisation working to bring together major players in India to jumpstart an industry and make it happen?

Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://lnkd.in/g9ik3eJv

RESEARCH AND SUBMISSIONS

Research, insights, policy position papers and useful resources on carbon removal technology and carbon market in India.

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CDR Primer

Read in-depth about fundamentals of carbon dioxide removal 

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