The IPCC report plainly states, "All pathways that limit global warming to 1.5°C with limited or no overshoot project the use of CDR"
But the IPCC doesn't stop there. It acknowledges that reducing emissions alone won't be enough. It emphasizes, "CDR deployed at scale is unproven, and reliance on such technology is a major risk in the ability to limit warming to 1.5°C." This is a challenge we at Carbek are determined to meet with humility and resolve understanding that our efforts are only a smaller part of holistic solutions. However through biochar production and regenerative agriculture services, we aim to provide scalable, effective CDR solutions.
Reflecting on the words of the IPCC report reminds me of the daunting task we face. But it also reaffirms the sense of purpose that drives our work at Carbek.
The IPCC report isn't just a document; it's an call to action. As it clearly emphasizes, "CDRs are not just an option; they're a necessity." It's a powerful reminder of the responsibility we hold as an industry and as individuals.
We may be at a pivotal point in our fight against climate change. The IPCC report provides us with a roadmap to navigate these complex challenges. It's a privilege to be part of this journey, and I am deeply committed to helping our global community accelerate our CDR efforts to ensure a sustainable future.
Thank you for joining me on this journey, and let's continue making decisions informed by the best information available.
Founder of Carbek