I’m Paul and this month, our climate change newsletter is back (it may be summer, but no rest for the wicked!) with a dive into negative emissions.
You may have heard of the glitzy, high-tech devices that pull CO2 out of the air, but did you know that humble seaweed can do the same thing?
We’ve got Dr Shaun Fitzgerald
, Director of the Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge University, to explain what negative emissions mean, why we need them, and how these can be developed. Below you’ll find an abridged version of an interview with Shaun—which we’ve edited down somewhat for clarity, brevity and your reading pleasure.
The full version should soon be released by a leading climate action group. Keep your eyes peeled for a link to the video in an upcoming newsletter!