How Paulownia trees double nature and sequester CO2
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How Paulownia trees double nature and sequester CO2

Eric Litjens is growing the fastest growing tree on earth – which also makes it the tree that is the fastest to sequester carbon. Join the 66th Double Nature Talk! Language: DUTCH Former fruit tree grower Eric Litjens is removing carbon with Paulownia trees. At the Double Nature Lunch Talk on Tuesday 26 September, he…

Metric enables financial sector to account construction stored carbon
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Metric enables financial sector to account construction stored carbon

ASN Bank with Climate Cleanup created a metric enabling the financial sector to account for construction stored carbon. This carbon removal metric enables financial institutions worldwide to measure the carbon stored in biobased buildings. In the Netherlands alone, this may add up to around 50 megaton carbon sequestered this decade. Take a look at the…

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Second global conference on enhanced weathering

More and more scientists all over the world are doing research on all kinds of possibilities of CO2 removal by olivine and other minerals. We’ve organized on May 12, 1.30 PM – 17.30 PM CEST the second global conference to create an overview of the research and to bring the network together. An informal bespoke scientific…

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Interface on its way to become climate positive

Embodied beauty is what Interface calls its carpet tiles which store more CO2 than ever before. This global flooring company creates interior spaces with a positive impact on people and planet. How does Interface double nature and when is the company going to be climate positive? The recording of our online Double Nature Talk by…

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Full carbon credits biobased building

To reverse global warming, regenerate nature and to navigate more money to natural climate solutions, we continued working on ONCRA, to the benefit of the global common (for you). Take a look at the beta version of this tool based on the doughnut model of Kate Raworth and the global sustainable development goals. It shows…

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Podcast Interface kicks off with Climate Cleanup

Climate Cleanup founder Sven Jense was interviewed in the first podcast of Interface. Janneke Leenaars and Sven talked about removing CO2 with biobased materials. It was a great honour to kick off this podcast serie. We’re looking forward to the next episode. To listen to the Interface podcast (in Dutch) click here.

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ONCRA full carbon accounting biobased building

Since the ONCRA kick-off on September 9th 2020, a lot has happened. We’re delighted to have told  you more about our progress at the Double Nature Talk Wednesday February 17 at 8 pm CET. Together with our partners Province of South-Holland, Holland Houtland and NIBE, we’re developing a tool to account for the carbon stored in bio-based buildings….

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Biobased building a way to double nature

  The benefits of biobased constructions are enormous. For people. For nature. For the climate. People have evolved in nature, in the forests and in the fields. Wooden architecture brings nature back into our artificial built environment. We start to feel better: invigorated, healthier and with an increased sense of well-being. As we know, trees