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Carbon Herald

Deep Sky Survey: Majority Of Québecers Support Carbon Removal

According to a survey commissioned by Canadian carbon removal company Deep Sky, the vast majority of Québecers support the use of carbon removal as a climate change solution.
Le Devoir

Skyrenu s’associe au projet de capture de CO₂ de Deep Sky

Un projet de capture du carbone développé à l’Université de Sherbrooke fera partie des technologies exploitées par Deep Sky sur son futur site d’essai de capture et de stockage de CO2, qui devrait voir le jour dans la région de Montréal au cours des prochains mois.
Carbon Herald

Deep Sky & Skyrenu Partner On Carbon Removal In Canada

This collaboration marks the latest in a series of similar partnerships that Montreal-based Deep Sky has forged in the last few months, making it the world’s first gigaton-scale carbon removal project developer.

Direct air capture raises its profile with 2 new deals

Germany-based Carbon Atlantis is the latest firm to partner with the young (and very busy) Canadian company Deep Sky, a carbon removal developer.
Fast Company

This shipping container uses water and solar power to capture CO2 from the air

Next year, Mission Zero will deploy a system with a company called Deep Sky in Canada to capture CO2 that will be stored underground.

Why Carbon Removals Are Center Stage At COP28

As countries and companies continue to miss their emissions reduction targets, the role of carbon removals to directly extract CO2 from the air becomes increasingly necessary.


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