Generating hydroelectric power in Brazil using a low-impact plant with a small reservoir that has a smaller environmental footprint than large hydroelectric plants.
Incentivizing ranchers to adopt regenerative practices that create healthier soil, a process that offers the capacity to store 25% of all US CO₂ emissions each year.
Capturing methane gas from a landfill in New York using underground gas wells and converting it into energy.
Growing and sinking kelp forests, which can store up to 20 times more carbon per acre than land forests.
Providing farmers with access to the knowledge and financial resources to transition towards regenerative practices.
Putting oil back underground by converting biomass into bio-oil and injecting it deep underground for permanent storage.
Permanently removing CO₂ via direct air capture systems in Wyoming.
Replacing concrete’s cement ingredient with low-carbon, mostly waste materials.