Fortune: "Remove carbon–but do it equitably. Carbon removal mustn’t become a new frontier for injustice"

Nov 5, 2022

In this Fortune commentary, Cynthia Scharf, C2G's senior strategy director, writes with Rev. Fletcher Harper that, ahead of COP 27, Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR), a largely under-acknowledged issue with widespread, widely varying implications, must be addressed.

Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR), a largely under-acknowledged issue with widespread, widely varying implications, must be addressed.

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