9: Atmosfair (Mini)

Our third recommendation for trustworthy carbon offsets is Atmosfair. Atmosfair is a German NGO and is very selective in the offsets they offer. This episode builds on Episode 6: Carbon Offsetting, where we speak about carbon offsetting more broadly.

Episode Show Notes: Episode 9: Atmosfair (Mini)

8: Nori (Mini)

Our second recommendation for trustworthy carbon offsets is Nori. They are building a blockchain-based carbon removal marketplace. We speak with Aldyen Donnelly, Director of Carbon economics at Nori, who explains how the Nori marketplace works, how they quantify the amount of carbon captured and how they approach offsetting more broadly.

This episode builds on Episode 6: Carbon Offsetting, where we speak about carbon offsetting in more detail.

Episode Show Notes: Episode 8: Nori (Mini)

7: Climeworks (Mini)

Our first recommendation for trustworthy carbon offsets is Climeworks. They have developed a machine based solution to capture carbon dioxide directly from the air. This episode builds on Episode 6: Carbon Offsetting, where we speak about carbon offsetting more broadly.

Episode Show Notes: Episode 7: Climeworks (Mini)

6: Carbon Offsetting

One of the easiest ways to have a measurable impact in the fight against climate change is to invest in projects that draw down carbon from the atmosphere.

For this episode we invited two guests: Anja Kollmuss, a climate expert who has researched carbon markets for more than 20 years and Lambert Schneider, a research coordinator for international climate policy at the Ă–ko-Institut and a member and former chair of the UNFCCC CDM executive board. They shine a light on the complexity of carbon offsetting and things you should keep in mind when trying to offset your carbon footprint.

Episode Show Notes: Episode 6: Carbon Offsetting

Carbon Offsetting – A simple way to make an impact against climate change

One of the easiest ways to have a measurable impact in the fight against climate change is to invest in projects that draw down carbon from the atmosphere. It’s simple: Climate change is caused by the increased concentration of CO2 and other greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. The obvious solution: take CO2 out of the Read More

1: How to Measure Climate Impact

At current emission levels we will run out of our carbon budget by 2030. This means we have less than 10 years to save the planet.

In this episode, we discuss the role of greenhouse gasses, how they are measured and how they are responsible for climate change. We also discuss our individual impact and what it needs to be in order to reach our climate goals.

Episode Show Notes: Episode 1: How to Measure Climate Impact