Getting to gigaton scale carbon removal requires a million fold improvement in our ability to pull carbon dioxide from the sky. That's a pretty abstract concept. One part of getting there means explaning carbon removal to a ton of new people so they can unleash their own superpowers. Visualizing carbon dioxide removal solutions is a key part of making that happen.
This is a note about visualizing new carbon removal concepts, and what visuals we need to get to gigaton scale carbon removal. And the video version of this note includes a bunch of visuals!
For starters, here's three examples of visualizing carbon dioxide:
These visualizations are helpful for a broad audience of carbon removal, bringing in millions of new people.
Visualizing is also important inside the industry. Imagine you've got a new idea for a solution, but it gets stuck in your 10 slide pitch deck and stalls out. I've seen a lot of pitches like this. Good visuals help attract teammates, investors, and customers to your vision. A good visual for your concept can make or break and early company.
Whethere it's to build your team or inspire a generation, visualizing your work is key.
Looking ahead for 2022, I want to highlight a few people that are that are leading the charge in visualizing carbon removal:
In 2022 we need on the order of a million new people to learn about carbon removal. Visualizers like Marcus, Aarati, Steve, and Fabian are leading the way. Their work will unlock new customers teammates to join this industry.
What are your favorite visuals in carbon removal? I want to make sure everyone sees the best examples. I've got a thread here on AirMiners Slack, reply there or to this email.
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