This week I sat down with Jack Sullivan founder of carbon removal company Red Carbon. I brought Jack in because with carbon removal at a turning point, we need to figure out how to embrace our own super powers and recognize the superpowers of others to collaborate. Jack is great at this, I often hear from other AirMiners about how Jack helped them with an idea or helped make a connection. So I wanted to see what advice and experience he would have to share.
Here's the takeaways – watch the video to hear Jack's perspective:
Creating a gigaton scale carbon removal means we need to tap into many different perspectives and experiences. What can you learn about carbon removal from someone who is from another generation, and what experience can you share with them?
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