Our Missions

The Collective's impact is driven by defined projects that are conceived and led by our members. These missions span
the domains of research & development, citizen science, policy advocacy and activist business development.

L-NET

The Luxembourg Negative Emissions Tariff (L-NET) is a legislative mission to create a CDR demand pol...

This Is CDR

THIS IS CDR is OpenAir’s weekly webinar series (Tuesday, 12pm EST) that explores the ever-widenin...

CDReality

CDR Reality is volunteer-driven effort to confront and correct misinformation about carbon dioxide r...

The Carbon Removal Challenge

The 2023 OpenAir Carbon Removal Challenge is a worldwide challenge for students to create new proces...

Carbon Gardener

A global citizen science initiative to accelerate, scale up and diversify field data collection for ...

The Nakivale Biochar Project

Imagine if farmers in Africa could earn more income by restoring their soil and removing carbon from...

SB 308 – The California CDR…

This mission is mobilizing to make the Carbon Dioxide Removal Market Development Act (CDRMDA) law in...

The CO2municator Network

This mission aims to build a global network of volunteer carbon removal communicators who prepare an...

Epiphyte: Open Direct Air Capture

Epiphyte is a miniature, stand-alone, open source direct air capture machine that was designed by a ...

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March 12 @ 12:00 pm
This Is CDR Ep. 97: BeZero Carbon Ratings

Enter Zoom here. OpenAir is excited to present This Is CDR, an online event series that explores the wide range of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) solutions currently being researched, developed, and deployed,...

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