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July 26, 2023

2 years ago, in celebration of newsletter #100 John led an interview with Sarah, Marc, and I about the weekly process.

This week for newsletter #200, we got back together with additional guests who are also broad communicators in carbon removal, Grant and Ross.

YouTube video here (1 hour). Topics include "Do you ever struggle with what to say each week?", "How do you deal with burnout after four years of writing?", "What if you're uncomfortable and don't want to hit send?"

What's next: I commit to getting 5 people in AirMiners equipped to share weekly updates by the end of 2023. Here's how...

AirMiners in Residence:

Now I need your help!

  1. You game to share your voice every week? Women AirMiners especially encouraged. Reply and say "I'm game".

  2. Would you be terrified by sharing your voice every week? Reply and say "I'm terrified"

  3. Want to fund this? I estimate $24k total to bring these new voices forth. Hit reply and say how much you want to put in.

  4. Are you a world class writer or designer available to unlock new voices in carbon removal? Hit reply and say "It's go time".


P.S. Kiloton Fund F.A.Q is on Monday register here and add your question.

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