The Institute for Responsible Carbon Removal is a research center in the School of International Service at American University, Washington DC.
Here you can find the most recent and exciting activity coming out of the Institute.
As carbon removal increasingly plays a major role in response to climate change, the Institute partnered with the National Wildlife Federation to launch this fellowship summer of 2002 which aimed to center justice and equity considerations in carbon removal policy.
The series focuses on scientific, technological, legal, political, and justice-focused issues associated with carbon dioxide removal.
Launched in December 2022, Co-Director Wil Burns has developed a new ocean CDR focused podcast series. Episodes will focus on ocean-based climate geoengineering options that seek to reduce incoming solar radiation (solar radiation modification) or remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere (carbon dioxide removal).
This listing includes all working papers, articles, reports, book and book chapters from our staff at the Institute around topics of carbon dioxide removal.
6years as a leading carbon removal research center