Alphabet, Meta and others have teamed up for a turbocharger to remove carbon from the atmosphere. Nan Ransohof, who heads the project, says A new scientist why rely on new technologies – and try to avoid the pitfalls of carbon offset

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May 9, 2022

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Can the world’s technology and consulting giants turn carbon removal into a multibillion-dollar global industry? This is the question that Nan Ransohof, head of climate at Stripe, is trying to answer. Now she is also in charge Border, an ambitious offer launched last month to use a vaccine-based approach to turbocharging early-stage carbon companies. Finding ways to do this is now considered vital to preventing catastrophic climate change.

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