Media and Publications

MEDIA COVERAGE
 New technology dramatically lowering cost of sucking carbon from air
BNN Bloomberg – June 8, 2018
 Researchers say they can capture carbon dioxide from the air — and recycle it back into fuel
Boston Globe – June 7, 2018
 Machines that suck CO₂ from the air might be cheaper than we thought
Ars Technica – June 7, 2018
 Sucking carbon dioxide from air is cheaper than scientists thought
Nature – June 7, 2018
 Key ‘step forward’ in cutting cost of removing CO2 from air
BBC – June 7, 2018
 Looking to the sky: B.C. company says it is sucking carbon from air, making fuel
Financial Post – June 7, 2018
 Climate Change Can Be Stopped by Turning Air Into Gasoline
The Atlantic – June 7, 2018
 This Gasoline Is Made of Carbon Sucked From the Air
National Geographic – June 7, 2018
 Carbon Capture, the vacuum cleaner the climate needs
Bloomberg – May 17, 2018
 Pioneers of Carbon Dioxide Removal See Boon for Renewables
Bloomberg – April 24, 2018
 How Bill Gates aims to clean up the planet
The Guardian – February 04, 2018
 The Dirty Secret of the World’s Plan to Avert Climate Disaster
Wired – December 10, 2017
 Can Carbon-Dioxide Removal Save the World?
The New Yorker – November 20, 2017
 Greenhouse gases must be scrubbed from the air
Economist – November 16, 2017
 Extracting Fuel From Thin Air
Forbes – February 16, 2016
 Could this plant hold the key to generating fuel from CO2 emissions?
The Globe and Mail – January 1, 2016
 Calgary company ready to capture carbon in Squamish ‘pilot plant’
CBC News – October 13, 2015
 Test Facility Begins Capturing Carbon from Air
MIT Technology Review – October 9, 2015
 1 Climate Change Technology Company That Could Lead to a Green Future, and It’s Not Solar
The Motley Fool – August 8, 2015
 How global warming might be turned into fuel for your car
Yahoo! News – July 24, 2015
 Startups have figured out how to remove carbon from the air. Will anyone pay them to do it?
The Guardian – July 14, 2015
 Pulling Carbon Dioxide Out of Thin Air
The New York Times – Jan 05, 2013
 Rethinking Carbon Dioxide: From a Pollutant to an Asset
Yale Environment 360 – Feb 23, 2012
 The business of cooling the planet
FORTUNE – Oct 07, 2011
 Harvard Professor Designing Air Capture Plant
The Harvard Crimson – Sept 25, 2011
 This Machine Can Suck Carbon Out Of The Air
NPR – Sept 19, 2011
 Lift Off
Economist – Nov 4, 2010
 Sucking carbon out of the air
Nature News – Dec 17, 2008
SELECTED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS
 Carbon Engineering
(Harvard Business School Case Study, Joseph B. Lassiter III and Sid Misra, Oct2013)
 Outdoor Prototype Results for Direct Atmospheric Capture of Carbon Dioxide 
(Paper by CE Team presented at GHGT-11, published in Energy Procedia, 2013)
 An air-liquid contactor for large-scale capture of CO2 from air 
(Paper by Geoffrey Holmes and David Keith, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 2012)
 CE Outdoor Contactor Pilot: 2011 Results Summary
(Posted Dec 2011)
CE’s Comments on the APS Direct Air Capture Report
(Updated June 2011)
 CE’s Comments on the APS Direct Air Capture Report
 APS Report: Direct Air Capture of CO2 with Chemicals – Final, Original Version, Released May 09 2011
 APS Report: Direct Air Capture of CO2 with Chemicals – Final, Revised/Re-formatted Version, Posted June 01 2011
 Why Capture CO2 From the Atmosphere?
(Paper by David Keith in Science, 325: 1654-1655)
 Capturing CO2 from the atmosphere: rationale and process design considerations
(Book chapter by David Keith, Kenton Heidel, and Robert Cherry in Geo-Engineering Climate Change: Environmental necessity or Pandora’s box? B. Launder and M. Thompson, editors. Cambridge University Press, p. 107-126)
 Additional research papers on David Keith’s Website.
DOCUMENTS
PATENTS
 US8,119,091: Carbon Dioxide Capture (Also as EP 2303432 A2)
 US8,728,428: Recovering a Caustic solution via calcium carbonate crystal aggregates
 US8,871,008: Target gas capture (Also as Application EP 2753414)
 US8,574,354: Reducing the carbon emission intensity of a fuel
 Application US2010-0064890: Carbon Dioxide Capture Method and Facility (Also as EP 2321034 A2, CN102202766, 1814/CHENP/2011)
 Application US2014-0271379: Recovering a Caustic solution via calcium carbonate crystal aggregates (Second innovation)
 Application US2015-0017706: Algal culture (Also as EP2812427)

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