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Center for Carbon Removal (2016): Philanthropy Beyond Carbon Neutrality. How near-term grants to carbon removal canmake long-term climate goals a reality

Center for Carbon Removal (2016): Philanthropy Beyond Carbon Neutrality. How near-term grants to carbon removal canmake long-term climate goals a reality. With assistance of Noah Deich, Gina Amador. Berkeley Energy and Climate.

"Finding path-bending negative emissions solutions will demand collaboration from a community of industry, government, academic, and philanthropic organizations — yet today we see a paucity of action from all sectors around carbon removal.
[...] Funding for this report is motivated by the hypothesis that philanthropies can have a large impact in carbon removal and that engaging philanthropies in constructive dialogue around carbon removal is urgently needed to advance our understanding and action in this area."

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