To prevent further climate change, we will not only have to reduce CO2 emissions, we will also have to extract CO2 (and other greenhouse gases) from the atmosphere. Extracting CO2 from the atmosphere is one of the greatest challenges of this century. Every tonne of CO2 (equivalent) reduced from the atmosphere represents one carbon credit, a tradable unit. By 'mining' carbon credits, we contribute to the prevention of further climate change. A joint challenge of, among others, companies, private individuals, governments and institutions. The pricing of CO2 will become more and more of a use. Especially, after the tightened climate policy, as presented on 14 July by Frans Timmermans, European Commissioner and also the First Vice-President of the European Commission.

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